Dan Onorato and Republican Tom Corbett in the campaign for governor and Republican Pat Toomey and Democratic Joe Sestak in the Senate race. It's part of WITF's Election 2010 coverage. Check out what they had to say:"> Dan Onorato and Republican Tom Corbett in the campaign for governor and Republican Pat Toomey and Democratic Joe Sestak in the Senate race. It's part of WITF's Election 2010 coverage. Check out what they had to say:"> Dan Onorato and Republican Tom Corbett in the campaign for governor and Republican Pat Toomey and Democratic Joe Sestak in the Senate race. It's part of WITF's Election 2010 coverage. Check out what they had to say:"> RLRI: undecided voters weigh in on campaign commercials | Real Life | Real Issues | witf.org
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RLRI: undecided voters weigh in on campaign commercials

Written by Tim Lambert, witf Multimedia News Director | Oct 15, 2010 8:55 AM

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Nasir Emadi, Carolyn McNamara
and Megan Barto

 

WITF's Real Life | Real Issues' undecided voters panel offered some thoughts this week on several campaign ads in the U.S. Senate and gubernatorial races. Nasir Emadi, Carolyn McNamara and Megan Barto viewed commercials from Democrat Dan Onorato and Republican Tom Corbett in the campaign for governor and Republican Pat Toomey and Democratic Joe Sestak in the Senate race. It's part of WITF's Election 2010 coverage. Check out what they had to say:

 


Nasir, Carolyn and Megan (L to R) had a negative reaction to a Sestak ad criticizing Pat Toomey's past work on Wall Street, but not in a way the Sestak campaign was likely hoping for.

 

  

 

 

 

With less than three weeks to go, our panel remains undecided on a candidate in the races for governor and U.S. Senate.

 

 

  

 

 


Each member of the panel is adamant they will vote on November 2nd.

 

 

  

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