Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Philadelphia Democrat Mike Stack III became the first lieutenant governor in modern Pennsylvania history to lose reelection in a primary. Stack was dealt a crushing defeat in Tuesday's election, falling to Braddock Mayor John Fetterman in one of the most hotly contested primaries for lieutenant governor.
Fetterman -- a 6-foot-8, goateed mayor who became a favorite of liberals when he ran two years ago for U.S. Senate -- will now run alongside Gov. Wolf as a ticket in the fall election.
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