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Dr. Oz to Run for U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania

Dr. Oz is officially running for U.S. Senate. The television personality and cardiothoracic surgeon, best known for his talk series “The Dr. Oz Show,” on Tuesday announced his candidacy via his website, which has been rebranded for his campaign. He is joining the high-stakes race for Pennsylvania’s open Republican Senate seat, as Sen. Pat Toomey retires. “I’m running for U.S. Senate to reignite our divine spark, bravely fight for freedom, and will tell it like it is,” Oz wrote in an announcement letter posted to his website. TMZ first reported the news of Oz’s possible Senate run in early November, and sources told...
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Following weeks of speculation, Dr. Mehmet Oz officially declared his candidacy for Pennsylvania's open U.S. Senate seat on Tuesday. In a Washington Examiner opinion column announcing the run, Oz highlighted his medical experience as the undercurrent for his campaign launch while also indicating a policy focus on the ongoing, national pandemic response.
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