Oz Leads McCormick with Slim Margin in Latest Pennsylvania Primary Count
Amid a painstakingly slow counting of mail-in ballots, the high-profile Pennsylvania Senate GOP primary remains too close to call – very nearly a dead heat between Dr. Mehmet Oz and David McCormick.
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Oz, endorsed by former President Donald Trump, leads by a mere 1,241 votes (a scant 0.1%), according to the latest tally by Decision Desk HQ.
- Mehmet Oz – 416,785 (31.17%).
- David McCormick – 415,544 (31.07%).
- Kathy Barnette – 329,423 (24.63%).
- Carla Sands – 72,586 (5.43%).
- Jeff Bartos – 66,072 (4.94%).
- Sean Gale – 20,312 (1.52%).
- George Bochetto – 16,578 (1.24%).
Counting of mailed ballots in Pennsylvania is drawing renewed scrutiny amid yet another important election in the key battleground state.
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The latest tally came with 1,337,300 votes counted thus far, an estimated 95% of the total, but the whole total is unknown because of the mail-in balloting. That tight margin means a likely recount as mandated by less than or equal to 0.5% of the leader.
“Dr. Oz should declare victory,” Trump wrote on Truth Social. “It makes it much harder for them to cheat with the ballots that they ‘just happened to find.'” Continue reading at Newsmax.
Should Dr. Oz declare victory in the primary race?
Yes: 63% (15 Votes)
No: 37% (9 Votes)