Josh Shapiro’s Pennsylvania campaign has a message: Beware Doug.

The Shapiro team did not apologize. “Public and private polls suggest Doug Mastriano is the Republican candidate for the presidency on May 17,” campaign spokesman Will Simmons said. “Our campaign is now preparing to begin the election and let the people of Pennsylvania know his true record.”

Republican strategist Mike Murphy has said that Shapiro’s actions are “irresponsible”, interfering with the opposition’s primary election.

Former Republican candidate Sam Katz, a three-time mayor of Philadelphia, staged an attack on one of the candidates in the 1999 Democratic primary in hopes of backing his favorite rival, John Street.

Mr Street became the second black mayor in city history, although he won that year’s election with less than 8,000 votes over Mr Katz.

In an interview, Mr. Mr. Katz He defended the statement in support of Street, arguing that the other two top Democrats in the race might find it easier to defeat him. The two former rivals have since become friends.

Shapiro aide Katz Mastriano said the statement was “very clever” and “necessary”. During the campaign, he said, “You do not have a specific moment, but only once – now that moment.”

Kirsten Noyes assisted with the research.

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