Democratic candidate for Governor Tom Wolf continues to lead the pack of other candidates with 33 percent in a new poll released today by Franklin & Marshall College. Allyson Schwartz had 7 percent, Rob McCord 6 percent and 4 percent for Katie McGinty. Nearly half-- 46 percent-- remain undecided.
The poll also found education (32 percent) and unemployment (23 percent) were the most important issues voters are considering when deciding which Democratic candidate to support, followed by corruption in government (10 percent), taxes (6 percent), energy issues and gas prices (5 percent), the economy (5 percent) and the economy (5 percent). The environment comes in at 1 percent at number 12.House Votes To Toughen School Employee Background Checks
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