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Podcast: Jeff Bartos Won Five of Six Straw Polls. Can He Win the Nomination?

In the latest episode of the PoliticsPA Podcast, Republican Jeff Bartos — winner of several early straw polls in the 2022 race for U.S. Senate — talks about his background and campaign.

Bartos — a Montgomery County real estate developer who was the GOP nominee for lieutenant governor in 2018 — opens up about a variety of issues, including his thoughts on the 2020 presidential election, why he won’t hold Donald Trump responsible for the January 6th insurrection, mistakes he believes were made in the handling of the pandemic, and his across-the-aisle friendship with Lieutenant Governor (and Democratic U.S. Senate candidate) John Fetterman.

You can listen to the podcast on Apple, Spotify, and all major podcast platforms.

9 Responses

  1. I find Bartos pretty vanilla and uninteresting. He lost already for a statewide office. Why risk it again making him the Republican nominee for Senate?

  2. Bartos is the best shot at winning the general election but the Dave Urban sheeple R’s won’t back him because Urban will hurt anyone who is friends with Wagner, even if it hurts the party and the state.

  3. I believe it is a race between the carpetbaggers and Kathy Barnette. The carpetbaggers are more afraid of Kathy Barnette than Jeff Bartos. People say Jeff Bartos is the man John Fetterman has to be the least worried about.

    1. Barnette could pull the upset if Republicans come out droves for the primary. Not just the super-voters

  4. Batros – Keep wasting little Scotty Wagner’s money you tool. You will never be elected to anything because you are an idiot and a liar

  5. Bartos debated Fetterman very well in Lt Gov debate but the R’s seem interested in 2 or 3 others.

    1. Did Fetterman show-up for once?? Was he dressed in shorts or sweats??

      1. Shorts. Which seems to be working for him. He doesn’t need Mama Carville to try a salvage a failed campaign.

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