PA-Gov: Wolf Features Employees in New Web Ad (VIDEO)

The man who rose to the top on his campaign ads is back again.

This time, the Wolf campaign is releasing a long web video, titled “No doubt”, which chronicles the former Department of Revenue Secretary’s decision to return to The Wolf Organization through the eyes of the company’s employees.

The video begins with descriptions of the dire straights the company was in during the Great Recession, then transitions to the revitalization that occurred once Wolf returned to his former company.

“Just him coming back, I think gave us a sense of pride, a sense of security,” one employee identified as Christine states. “[It] showed us that he did believe in the company and it means a lot to him.”

Another work named Todd testified to the difference Wolf’s return made.

“There’s no doubt in my mind, by Tom Wolf coming back, that he saved my job.”

The video comes amidst charges by Rep. Schwartz that a loan the Democratic front-runner could compromise his ability to govern and/or put his company at risk. The video appears to be an attempt to push back against that criticism and prevent Wolf’s business record, which has so far been one of his main strengths, into becoming a negative for the campaign.

The other Democrats running for Governor are State Treasurer Rob McCord and former DEP Secretary Katie McGinty.

2 Responses

  1. I agree with unsanctioned r. These are the only expensive PA workers left after he killed the lumber yards and sourced cheap labor from an outside contractor in a right to work state. He obviously has them appreciating that they are still employed which any 1%er will tell you is key.

    Wonder with all that debt what kind of pension and benefits they get?

    Serious questions that probably should be answered if this is his strong point.

    If it wasn’t for Rob McCocky and McCordlies I wouldn’t post here. I wish they’d answer some of this stuff. I wonder if McCord was the one that taught Wolf about the benefits of right to work and the Delaware loophole?

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