HARRISBURG, Pa. — The United States Chamber of Commerce announced its endorsement of Dr. Mehmet Oz for U.S. Senate at the headquarters of Stephenson Equipment, Inc.
“Dr. Mehmet Oz is a proven leader and will work tirelessly to address the challenges facing job creators, the workforce, and families in Pennsylvania. Dr. Oz’s commitment to free enterprise and pro-growth policies is impressive and is a stark contrast to the policy views of his opponent, John Fetterman. There is no greater divergence on issues than in this election here in the Keystone State. Fetterman would raise taxes, has flip flopped on his energy position, and would ruthlessly work to drop the filibuster. Dr. Oz, on the other hand, will support and defend Pennsylvanians by not raising taxes a single dime, advancing America’s energy independence, and standing in defense of the filibuster to be sure bipartisanship remains in the U.S. Senate. The U.S. Chamber is proud to endorse pro-business champion Dr. Oz in his campaign for U.S. Senate, and we look forward to working with him in the next Congress,” said Ashlee Rich Stephenson, Senior Political Strategist for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
“From Pittsburgh to Pittston and everywhere in between, businesses large and small are suffering under the radical Biden-Fetterman agenda of higher taxes, skyrocketing inflation, labor shortages, and violent crime that all make it near impossible to run a business. These issues are impacting everyone, from the small-business owner operating a storefront downtown to the family-owned manufacturer in rural Pennsylvania. And no matter where you look, Pennsylvania businesses and industries are saying the same thing: their work just keeps getting harder because the government won’t get out of the way and let our innovators and entrepreneurs do what they do best. It’s time for us to send a leader to Washington who will pick up the torch for free enterprise and fight for Pennsylvania job creators and their employees. I promise to do exactly that, and I thank the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for their endorsement,” said Dr. Oz.