- Far-left Democrat Senate candidate John Fetterman was AWOL for much of his time as Pennsylvania’s lieutenant governor, according to records reviewed by the Associated Press.
- While collecting a $179,000 annual salary as lieutenant governor, Fetterman rarely worked and often was absent from official duties, including presiding over the state Senate, according to the AP.
- The AP reported that Fetterman’s daily schedule was blank one-third of workdays from January 2019, when he took office, to May of this year, when he suffered a serious stroke.
- On days when he did work, the AP said his records show that he only spent four or five hours on the job.
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