Citing his success as mayor of Allentown, Ed Pawlowski says it will take hard work by both political parties to bring jobs and economic development to Pennsylvania, but the most important thing is to establish the vision for everyone to strive toward achieving.
“There doesn’t seem to be any coherent strategy coming from the state,” Pawlowski said today during a campaign stop in Johnstown.
“You have to have leadership express to folks the broader picture,” he continued. “Gov. (Tom) Corbett has not been able to sell a vision for Pennsylvania.”
Pawlowski is running in the May primary for the Democratic nomination to Governor. He brought his “Putting Pennsylvania Back to Work” campaign tour of town hall meetings to the David A. Glosser Memorial Library Building, 249 Main St.
More on his visit in Wednesday’s editions of The Tribune-Democrat.