Campaigns & Elections

Fetterman vs. Oz: A Tale of the Tape

In the race for U.S. Senate, you can't argue with the stats.

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; Urbazon, Bonnie Biess, Gennaro Leonardi/EyeEm/Getty Images

The U.S. Senate election is almost upon us. From the trolling tweets and debate discourse to the viral videos and makeshift memes, the race between Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman and Republican celebrity heart surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz has been nothing short of a primetime fight. 

So how do the two major party candidates stack up against each other in advance of the November smackdown?

City & State has your side-by-side comparison:

John Fetterman
Dr. Mehmet Oz
Party affiliation
16 (he began his political career as Mayor of Braddock in 2006)
Years in politics
>1 (he began his political career the day he launched his campaign last November)
Twitter followers
3.8 million
Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, Steven Van Zandt
"Star" supporters
His on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Donald Trump
Between $717,000 and $1.58 million
Net worth
Between $76 million and $500 million
2 (The converted car dealership where he does most media appearances and a 2-bedroom single family home in Braddock)
Number of purported homes
10 (a common barb for Fetterman uses against Oz on the campaign trail.)
19 as himself (a frequent guest on talk shows and an appearance on Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown")
IMDb credits
112 as himself and five as an actor (His next role, "Trouble Down Under" is in pre-production stages)
Hoodie and gym shorts
Signature style
Suit and tie