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Ranking President Joe Biden’s underwater admissions in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, two states the president plans to visit on Labor Day to bolster Democrats’ midterm hopes.

Biden has announced he will visit the states while polls show Senate races are shrinking. In Pennsylvania, Lt. John Fetterman (Democrat) leads Trump’s radical Dr. Mehmet Oz (R) by about 5 points. Polls are a little narrower in Wisconsin, where Lt. Mandela Barnes leads Senator Ron Johnson (R-W) by two points.

Biden’s appearance in both countries may not benefit Fetterman or Barnes. Biden’s ballot among Pennsylvania voters 17 underwater points (37 approval – 54 disapproval). Among Wisconsin voters, Biden’s approval rating is 15 points underwater (39 approval – 54 disapproval).

While Fetterman agreed to campaign with Biden for Labor Day, he reportedly won’t meet with Biden on Tuesday, the president’s first visit to the state in a week. It is not clear if Barnes will meet with Biden in Wisconsin. Biden’s underwater polling in both states is likely a deterrent to both campaigns.

MILWAUKEE, WI - AUGUST 7: Wisconsin Deputy Governor Mandela Barnes, who is running to become the Democratic candidate for the US Senate, speaks during a campaign event at The Wicked Hop on August 7, 2022 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  Barnes is expected to win the primary on Tuesday and face incumbent Republican Senator Ron Johnson in the November general election.  (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

MILWAUKEE, WI – AUGUST 7: Wisconsin Deputy Governor Mandela Barnes, who is running to become the Democratic candidate for the US Senate, speaks during a campaign event at The Wicked Hop on August 7, 2022 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Barnes is expected to win the primary on Tuesday and face incumbent Republican Senator Ron Johnson in the November general election. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Fetterman and Barnes appear to be vying for who is the most extreme candidate in 2022. Barnes has defended Cancellation Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Allow Driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants, in-state college tuition fees for illegal immigrants, and money withdrawal “Bloated” police departments. he is Deeds A fully government-run healthcare system, Senate deactivation abolished, and packing Supreme court. Barnes objected to criminals who lost the right to vote and support the Green New Deal.

“In order to address this crisis and the environmental grievances associated with it, we must take urgent action, and we must make sure that these actions are equitable and inclusive — and anything less than that will continue the long pattern of environmental racism that we have seen in this country,” Barnes stated.

Erie, PA - AUGUST 12: Democratic Senate candidate Lt. John Fetterman (D-Penn) speaks during a rally at the Bayfront Convention Center on August 12, 2022 in Erie, Pennsylvania.  Fetterman is back on the campaign trail in Erie after recovering from a stroke he suffered in May.  (Photo by Nate Smallwood/Getty Images)

Erie, PA – AUGUST 12: Democratic Senate candidate Lt. John Fetterman (D-Penn) speaks during a rally at the Bayfront Convention Center on August 12, 2022 in Erie, Pennsylvania. Fetterman is back on the campaign trail in Erie after recovering from a stroke he suffered in May. (Photo by Nate Smallwood/Getty Images)

Fetterman pushed “safe” heroin injection sites. Fetterman believes that “it is important that we as a society provide government-funded drug dens, as well as decriminalize drugs “in all areas,” including methamphetamine and heroin. The Democratic candidate also wants shortened prison sentences for murder, and Protectorate Cities For people who enter the nation illegally.

“Any Democrat who does not agree with this policy is a pander of xenophobia. Philadelphia’s status as a protected city,” Fetterman stated.

Follow Wendell Husebø at Twitter Embed Tweet He is the author of The Politics of Slave Ethics.

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