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Onorato Raises Over $5 Million Since Primary Election

Onorato Raises Over $5 Million Since Primary Election 

Gubernatorial nominee continues to show strong fundraising support across the state
PITTSBURGH: Democratic gubernatorial nominee Dan Onorato’s campaign announced that it has raised more than $5 million since winning the four-way Democratic primary on May 18.  Overall, the campaign has raised more than $16 million. 
“As we approach November 2, the enthusiasm and support for Dan Onorato’s candidacy continues to grow,” said Onorato campaign manager Kevin Kinross. “The more voters hear our message, the more they recognize that Dan Onorato is the only candidate with the experience and the plan to reform Harrisburg, turn our economy around and create jobs for Pennsylvania families.  Our fundraising success will ensure that we have the resources to deliver that message to as many voters as possible, and win the general election.”
Onorato for Governor raised $5,318,436 between May 19 and September 20, 2010. 
A Quinnipiac poll released today shows Onorato increasing his support among Democrats to 84% — a 15 percentage point increase since July.  And a public poll released on Sunday by the Wilkes-Barre Times-Leader, shows Onorato and Corbett essentially tied.
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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