BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Pennsylvania’s Republican U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey is set to face voters in a televised town hall.

Toomey will take questions at the PBS station in Bethlehem on Thursday night. It’s his second televised town hall since President Donald Trump took office.

Toomey, a conservative, was considered to be one of the nation’s most vulnerable incumbents heading into last November’s election but won a narrow victory for his second term.

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The town hall is limited to 54 people, 24 of whom were handpicked by local Republican and Democrat groups. The remaining 30 tickets were made available to the public.

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