Contrary to what a certain great writer said, there are second acts in American lives. Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf is using his to make a first impression.
Wolf, who was state revenue secretary under former Gov. Ed Rendell (D), sold his family building-products business in 2006 and “retired” to public service. But when the Wolf Organization started to crumble amid the housing crash a few years later, he bought back the company and nursed it to prosperity.
Now Wolf’s campaign has distributed a web video telling the story – it’s called “Turnaround,” and is part of an online fundraising pitch. The implication, of course, is that Wolf could do the same for Pennsylvania.