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Sunday August 28th, 2022 morning edition

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Lt. Gov. John Fetterman held a 13% lead over Dr. Oz in the latest Franklin & Marshall College poll.

In the survey, Fetterman earned the support of 76% of Democrats, while Oz's GOP support sat at 62%.

As a result of Sen. Pat Toomey's decision to retire, the Pennsylvania race is an open-seat contest.

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Pennsylvania Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman has a 13-point lead over Republican Mehmet Oz in the state's open-seat Senate race, according to a recently-released Franklin & Marshall College poll.

The survey showed Fetterman with 43% support among registered voters in the Keystone State, while Oz earned 30%; twenty percent of respondents were undecided.

An Emerson College poll released earlier this week showed Fetterman leading Oz 48%-44%. »

Huntington Beach man who allegedly bragged about breaching the Capitol is arrested, charged

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A Huntington Beach man was arrested Thursday, Aug. 25, after a federal complaint was filed last week alleging he breached the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, then bragged about it online.

Someone listed under the contact name “Brandon HB Groyper” used racist and violent language in the chat, according to an FBI agent’s affidavit.

Numerous Southern California residents have been accused of or have admitted to taking part in the Capitol riot last year. »

Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival queen ousted after attending luncheon

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The queen of the Bratwurst Festival in a northern Ohio city has been stripped of her crown and both the dethroned royal and festival organizers have retained legal counsel.

Brocwell attended a luncheon hosted by another festival, in violation of the Bratwurst Festival board's instructions, according to a letter from board president Adam Heinlen.

Both Brocwell and the festival board agree that she attended a queens' luncheon at the Baltimore Festival on Aug 6. »

Justice Dept. to seek longest sentence in any Jan. 6 Capitol riot case so far

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The Justice Department will seek the longest prison sentence in any U.S. Capitol riot case next week, when it argues at the sentencing of former New York City police officer and U.S. Marine Thomas Webster.

The sentence is nearly the double the longest prison terms handed down in any Capitol riot case so far.

Though some Capitol riot case sentencing hearings have been staged virtually, Webster's is scheduled to occur in-person at the courthouse. »