Sprint Businessvoice: Maintaining ‘business As Usual’ After A Merger – Forbes

Candidate profile: Tom Wolf wants to do more than ‘keep a seat warm’ – Evening Sun

Tom Wolf has no ’sharp elbows,’ but is ’absolutely determined that public policy can do good,’ says supporter and friend Richard

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“And Tom was always about taking theory and ideas, and applying them.” Wolf, 65, is now running as the Democratic nominee for governor, seeking to unseat Republican Gov. Tom Corbett. If Wolf wins, he will be the second Pennsylvania governor to come from York County — the late George M. Leader, a Democrat, won the office in 1954. Wolf comes from a county that Corbett won with more than 70 percent of the vote in 2010 and that Democrat Ed Rendell lost by more than 12 percentage points in his successful 2006 re-election bid. “This is really an exciting time for me,” Wolf told a Rotary Club of York crowd in September.
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