A heavy rotation of television ads has helped one democratic candidate separate himself from the three other candidates running for the top political job in Pa.
If the election for Pennsylvania governor were held today, businessman, Tom Wolf would capture 33 percent of the vote, according to a Franklin and Marshall College Poll.
“Effective television advertising has given him this pretty substantial lead, which he has maintained for about a month now. People have seen him and he’s become better known. People now have a favorable opinion of him”
That’s Franklin and Marshall pollster, Dr. Terry Madonna. Madonna says, Wolf is the clear frontrunner, but he adds, it doesn’t mean that the three other democratic candidates can’t catch him. Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz, Treasurer Rob McCord and former D.E.P Secretary Katie McGinty are behind Wolf at 7 percent, 6 percent and 4 percent, in that order. 46 percent of voters remain undecided.