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Jack Wagner receives more endorsements stays positive in last week of his campaign for Governor

Over the many months on the campaign trail Jack Wagner engaged in many forums and debates with candidates in the race for Governor. Each discussed their visions for Pennsylvania and even laid out their differences.

Wagner noted in the last couple of weeks we witnessed many negative TV ads. He believes while there are differences. the tough issues facing the country and the commonwealth are far more important.

Wagner's life experiences as a Marine in Viet Nam, as an IBEW member, as a small business owner, and as a positive person always looking for new ideas and solutions to complex problems taught him to listen and to communicate with others. He added, negative attack are precisely what have politically paralyzed Harrisburg and caused seven late budgets in the last seven years.

He explained staying positive is important to him going into the general election in the fall. He went on, voters are looking for leaders with real solutions not over-the-top rhetoric or tired politics.

Wagner promised to to remain positive in his campaign. He added he was honored to receive endorsements from The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review and Congressman Tim Holden.  He asked, "most importantly he wanted the voters' endorsement on election day."

More information about Jack Wagner's campaign for Governor can be found at 




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