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Wolf is the right choice

| Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

Every working person in Pennsylvania should vote for Tom Wolf for governor, including every union member.

Wolf stands up for the working man and woman by supporting the unions.

As the election gets closer, the more vicious are Gov. Tom Corbett's attacks against Wolf. Corbett is running all over the state every day giving away as many tax dollars as he can in an effort to get votes. He should give some of this money to our school districts.

Wolf will require the natural gas drillers to pay an extraction tax — like every other gas-producing state in the nation.

He will work to implement the Affordable Care Act, rather than try to dismantle it.

Wolf will work to assist the unemployed and the under-employed.

He believes in raising the minimum wage so every working person can live a decent life.

Don't pay attention to the Corbett ads denigrating Wolf. He knows he is behind and is pulling out all the stops to stay in the governor's mansion.

We responsible Pennsylvanians need to boot him out and let a new force for a better Pennsylvania move in. Elect Tom Wolf for governor.

Barbara Lagoon

Lower Burrell

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