The Fettermobile is a food truck-style vehicle that will crisscross Pennsylvania, organizing, registering voters, selling campaign merchandise, and informing about John Fetterman’s Senate campaign.
The Fetterman campaign announced:
Pennsylvania Lt. Governor John Fetterman’s campaign for U.S. Senate on Saturday launched the Fettermobile. This food truck-style vehicle will crisscross Pennsylvania in the final six weeks of the campaign, selling merchandise, organizing, registering voters, and spreading Fetterman’s message.
The Fettermobile will debut at Fetterman’s rallies today in Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley, and will be at nearly every Fetterman campaign event through November 8th.
It will also make countless stops at other events throughout the Commonwealth not sponsored by the campaign — like community picnics, Democratic party events, high school and college football games, and other events.
The Fetterman campaign hopes to have the truck visit every county in Pennsylvania before election day in November.
One of Lt. Governor Fetterman’s campaign’s strengths is its creativity in reaching Pennsylvania voters. The Fetterman campaign has used humor, social media videos, and traditional outreach tactics to engage with voters.
In contrast, Republican candidate Dr. Oz has struggled to connect with Pennsylvania voters and has instead opted for Fox News appearances and smaller events in the state and carpet bombing the state with negative ads about Fetterman.
If the Oz campaign tried to counter Fetterman’s truck, it would likely resemble a 1985 Chrysler K Car selling miracle diet pills out of its trunk in south Jersey.
John Fetterman has maintained his lead in the Pennsylvania U.S. Senate contest, and as the Fettermobile demonstrates, he is taking nothing for granted in the final six weeks of the campaign.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a White House Press Pool and a Congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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