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State of Pennsylvania November 2, 2010 Election
 Smart Voter Dan "Onorato" Onorato

Candidate for
Governor; State of Pennsylvania

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Biographical Highlights
  • Party: Democratic
  • Occupation: Allegheny County Executive
  • B.S. Accounting, Penn State
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • J.D. University of Pittsburgh, School of Law
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Top Priorities if Elected
  • Making PA the Leader in Next-Generation Jobs and Helping Our Core Industries Grow
  • Delivering Honest, Accountable Government Pennsylvaninas Deserve
  • Promoting Smart and Sustainable Growth
Key Endorsements
  • Pennsylvania State Education Association
  • Pennsylvania Steelworkers
  • SEIU Healthcare Pennsylvania
Position Papers
The Onorato Plan for Economic Development
The single most important task for the next Governor is to spur Pennsylvania to lead the nation in job creation and business vitality. Dan Onorato understands that lost jobs and lower wages have impacted communities across Pennsylvania. This economy demands that the next Governor enter office with a record of economic development and a commitment to making the difficult decisions that will grow Pennsylvania's economy and create sustainable next-generation jobs.
The Onorato Plan to Reform Pennsylvania's Government
Dan Onorato is committed to building trust and confidence in state government. Citizens need to know that their government operates with one goal in mind: to advance the public interest, not the power of special interests. As Governor, Dan Onorato will bring real reform to Harrisburg by reestablishing Pennsylvanians' confidence in their government.
The Onorato Plan for Strong Communities
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