What Shapiro and Mastriano share in common
Originally published at The Philadelphia Inquirer
The outsize personalities in the Senate race are taking up the oxygen from Pennsylvania’s more mundane gubernatorial race — and that’s a problem. The governor will arguably have more impact on our lives than any U.S. senator.
The vast media coverage of Mehmet Oz and John Fetterman is distracting — and obfuscating this election season’s most fascinating transformation: Democrat Josh Shapiro trying to adopt the policy positions of his Republican opponent, Doug Mastriano.
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