“Hill Harper‘s Senate Campaign: A New Chapter for ‘The Good Doctor’ Star”
Actor Hill Harper, known for his role in the TV show “The Good Doctor,” has recently announced his candidacy for the open U.S. Senate seat in Michigan According to the NYTimes. Harper, a non-career politician who also owns a house and a coffee shop in Detroit, defined himself as a small-business owner, union supporter, and activist.
He cited this as a benefit in Congress. He stated that he thought Michiganders wanted such a presence in the U.S. Senate, emphasizing the value of representation and having an independent voice.
The “The Good Doctor” series is anticipated to end with Harper’s choice to run for the Senate. This action continues a long-standing pattern of well-known people entering politics, with varied degrees of success. Examples include political leaders like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jesse “The Body” Ventura, Sonny Bono, and Donald Trump, as well as former senators Al Franken, Fred Thompson, George Murphy, and J.D. Vance.