Pennsylvania’s Republican nominee for US Senate, Dr. Oz, held rally in Bethel Park

Pennsylvania’s Republican US Senate nominee, Dr. Mehmet Oz, rallied for the support of voters in the Pittsburgh area Monday night. He hosted a “Victory in November” rally in Bethel Park. Earlier this month, Dave McCormick conceded the extremely tight race to Oz. A dayslong recount determined that Oz had eked out a victory over McCormick by 951 votes out of more than 1.3 million cast.Oz will go head-to-head with Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the general election. The winner will take Sen. Pat Toomey’s seat and could help determine control of the closely divided Senate. The rally was held at Level 20 Restaurant along Paxton Drive. “How many think Washington is getting it wrong?” Dr. Oz asked. “You think Washington’s getting it wrong and inflation is eating away our savings? Are you worried Washington doesn’t understand energy at all and is driving gas prices up almost on purpose?”Dr. Oz also took a few jabs at the Biden administration, blaming President Biden for the high gas prices.“I don’t believe that we should blame Putin, and I don’t believe we should ever blame other leaders for problems that we can control ourselves,” Dr. Oz said.Kris Hervet didn’t vote for Dr. Oz in the primary but said she left the rally with a changed mind. “I’m counting on him I think he’s the man for the job,” Kris Hervet said. Others said they were on board from the start of the race.” Sometimes he doesn’t give the rhetoric the typical politicians do, so I think it was a little more difficult to get people behind him, but I think if you listen to him now, you will see that he is very sincere, very intelligent and digs into problems very deeply,” Bernie Katsur said. After a tight race for the nomination, can Dr. Oz gain enough Republican support to beat his Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the general election?“We believe that Dr. Oz can reach a wide range of people, not just Republicans, independents, Democrats. He’s a common-sense, love America kind of guy, and we believe he’s going to be good for the Senate,” Joanna Zervos said.Ken Karako said he is hoping Dr. Oz is a stepping-stone to getting former President Trump back in the white house.“It’s going to be tough to try to figure out if he can do anything in that respect. Hopefully, he might be able to help do that, but it’s hard to say,” Karako said. When asked about Fetterman’s ability to do the job after recently having a stroke, Dr. Oz said he is praying for him. Dr. Oz added that in terms of his health, Fetterman is fit to do the job.We reached out to Fetterman’s campaign for comment but have not yet heard back.

Pennsylvania’s Republican US Senate nominee, Dr. Mehmet Oz, rallied for the support of voters in the Pittsburgh area Monday night. He hosted a “Victory in November” rally in Bethel Park.

Earlier this month, Dave McCormick conceded the extremely tight race to Oz.

A dayslong recount determined that Oz had eked out a victory over McCormick by 951 votes out of more than 1.3 million cast.

Oz will go head-to-head with Democratic Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the general election. The winner will take Sen. Pat Toomey’s seat and could help determine control of the closely divided Senate.

The rally was held at Level 20 Restaurant along Paxton Drive.

“How many think Washington is getting it wrong?” Dr. Oz asked. “You think Washington’s getting it wrong and inflation is eating away our savings? Are you worried Washington doesn’t understand energy at all and is driving gas prices up almost on purpose?”

Dr. Oz also took a few jabs at the Biden administration, blaming President Biden for the high gas prices.

“I don’t believe that we should blame Putin, and I don’t believe we should ever blame other leaders for problems that we can control ourselves,” Dr. Oz said.

Kris Hervet didn’t vote for Dr. Oz in the primary but said she left the rally with a changed mind.

“I’m counting on him I think he’s the man for the job,” Kris Hervet said.

Others said they were on board from the start of the race.

“Sometimes he doesn’t give the rhetoric the typical politicians do, so I think it was a little more difficult to get people behind him, but I think if you listen to him now, you will see that he is very sincere, very intelligent and digs into problems very deeply,” Bernie Katsur said.

After a tight race for the nomination, can Dr. Oz gain enough Republican support to beat his Democratic opponent, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman in the general election?

“We believe that Dr. Oz can reach a wide range of people, not just Republicans, independents, Democrats. He’s a common-sense, love America kind of guy, and we believe he’s going to be good for the Senate,” Joanna Zervos said.

Ken Karako said he is hoping Dr. Oz is a stepping-stone to getting former President Trump back in the white house.

“It’s going to be tough to try to figure out if he can do anything in that respect. Hopefully, he might be able to help do that, but it’s hard to say,” Karako said.

When asked about Fetterman’s ability to do the job after recently having a stroke, Dr. Oz said he is praying for him. Dr. Oz added that in terms of his health, Fetterman is fit to do the job.

We reached out to Fetterman’s campaign for comment but have not yet heard back.

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