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Onorato Campaign Launches “TomCorbettExposed.com”

Onorato Campaign Launches “TomCorbettExposed.com”

New website presents important, little-known-facts about Tom Corbett’s record
 
PITTSBURGH: Today the campaign of Democratic gubernatorial nominee Dan Onorato launched www.tomcorbettexposed.com, a new website dedicated to sharing the facts about Harrisburg Republican Tom Corbett.

www.tomcorbettexposed.com presents the real Tom Corbett – the inexperienced, inconsistent Harrisburg insider he tries to pretend he is not.  The site includes information on Corbett’s history of saying whatever voters want to hear (and repeatedly contradicting himself), increasing taxes and spending, and using his office for political gain, as well as regular updates with the latest about Corbett and his record as a Harrisburg insider.

“In the few months since the Primary Election, Pennsylvania voters have gotten a glimpse of Tom Corbett: his lack of experience, failure to grasp the tough issues facing Pennsylvania, and willingness to say whatever the audience in front of him wants to hear,” said Onorato Communications Director Brian Herman.  “Now that Pennsylvania voters are paying closer attention to the campaign for Governor, it’s time to make sure they know all the facts. www.tomcorbettexposed.com will be a valuable resource for anyone who wants to know the whole truth about Tom Corbett.”
 
A life-long Pennsylvanian, Dan Onorato was raised in a working class neighborhood on Pittsburgh’s North Side. He graduated college from Penn State and received his law degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Onorato has served as Allegheny County Executive since 2004 and was unopposed for re-election in 2007.  Prior to being elected County Executive, Onorato served as Allegheny County Controller and a Pittsburgh City Councilman.  Dan and his wife Shelly reside in the Brighton Heights neighborhood of Pittsburgh with their three children.

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