In Pennsylvania, Oz needs to energize rural voters who spurned him in the primary

Republican Senate candidate Mehmet Oz holds a rally at a fire station in Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania, on August 18.

When Mehmet Oz was vying for the GOP Senate nomination in Pennsylvania, his argument was simple: He could do better than any other Republican in the populous and politically moderate counties around Philadelphia in a general election.

The argument -- along with an endorsement from former President Donald Trump -- helped him narrowly win the primary. But as the nominee, Oz faces a new dilemma: Motivating the commonwealth's most conservative voters.

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