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Chuck Todd after Pennsylvania debate: Senate races 'not won or lost' on stage

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Meet the Press NOW is live in Pittsburgh, Pa., a state that could dictate the Senate’s balance of power. Lt. Gov. John Fetterman (D-Pa.) and Republican senate nominee Mehmet Oz’s debate shows that senate races “are not won or lost on the debate stage.” In this political environment, Chuck Todd reports, “party identity may matter more to voters than anything else.”