Former Philadelphia Democratic Committeeperson Endorses Dr. Oz

Dr. William DevlinDr. William Devlin

PHILADELPHIA, PA — Registered lifelong Democrat and former elected Philadelphia Democratic Committeeperson Dr. William Devlin has created the website,

Devlin, a volunteer international humanitarian and Pennsylvania resident since 1982 and Pennsylvania Democrat since 1991, has established the site in order to encourage all Pennsylvania Democrats to vote for Dr. Oz and all other Republicans, state-wide and local this coming Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022.

Devlin stated, “This website has been created as a community service for Democrats who are fed up with the crazy Democrat agenda in Pennsylvania. I am a lifelong registered Democrat since 1991 with proof of Democratic registration which I would be happy to submit to you. I served for several years as a Democratic committee person in Philadelphia in the 61st ward, 17th division (East Oak Lane) and would be happy to send you credentials from that as well. In 1999, I ran for a Philadelphia Council-at-Large seat as a Democrat. I have subsequently moved to Montgomery County and remain a registered Democrat in Lower Moreland Township and I am fed up with Pennsylvania Democrats and their crazy agenda. I know that there are many other Democrats that will vote for Dr. Oz and other Republicans because they, like me, are fed up with the crazy Democratic agenda in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.”

“My encouragement for you to vote for Dr. Oz for US Senate to bring sanity to Pennsylvania. And for Republicans in all other state-wide & local races. Any Democrat can reach out to me at +1-646-233-7279 or and I welcome your call.”

Devlin is a combat-decorated Vietnam veteran, honored to receive the Purple Heart, Combat Action medal & Meritorious Unit award (DD214 verified).

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