SD-32: Pat Stefano Touts Business Experience in First Ad (VIDEO)

The race in the competitive 32nd State Senate district is heating up.

Yesterday we covered Deb Kula’s debut ad, and now we’re tackling Republican nominee Pat Stefano’s introduction to voters.

“Raised in a working class family, the grandson of a union coalminer, son of public school teachers, Pat Stefano, a husband and father who shares our concerns,” the narrator states.

Stefano, a local businessman from Fayette County, is seeking to connect with voters on the two hot issues of the midterms, the economy and education.

The ad finishes with Stefano himself explaining that he is “not a politician” and that he will “actually get something done” while in Harrisburg.

The State Senate 32nd district is made up of all of Fayette and Somerset counties, as well as a small part of Westmoreland County.

September 5th, 2014 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Harrisburg, Top Stories | 1 Comment

One thought on “SD-32: Pat Stefano Touts Business Experience in First Ad (VIDEO)”

  1. J Cannon says:

    It is going to be interesting with Kula & Stefano. Who wrote that script for the Stefano commercial? It’s understandable why he might not want to identify as a republican, but the rest of the commercial is amateurish. If there is any hope of picking up that seat, somebody had better start taking this campaign seriously. Why would you even think about a script that asks more questions than it answers? Why does any businessperson have to skip a paycheck? Does that not cause a question about his business practices? Does he appear noble? Yes. Smart to draw attention? Probably not.
    If this is really a best effort? There has to be a good reason why Stefano is running. Other than pick me, I’m different, not a lot there.

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