Capital-Star Q+A: GOP gubernatorial hopeful Guy Ciarrocchi says he can jumpstart Pa.’s economy
GOP Gubernatorial candidate Guy Ciarrocchi in his campaign launch ad. Editor’s note: It’s still 2021 (for one more week), but the 2022 field for Pennsylvania governor is starting to develop. The Capital-Star is trying to sit down with as many candidates as possible to ask them about their campaigns, background, and issues impacting Pennsylvanians.
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Guy Ciarrocch i is a 57-year-old business advocate and former staffer for Republican lawmakers in Washington D.C. and Harrisburg. A resident of Paoli in Chester County, he formerly led the county’s chamber of commerce before he left the job to run for governor.
Ciarrocchi has argued that the economy is the most important issue in the race, and thinks he can use his mix of experiences — including his time as chief of staff for former Lt. Gov. Jim Cawley — to change how the state’s bureaucracy works with businesses to encourage economic growth.
Capital-Star: The first question I’m starting everyone off with is, why do you want to be governor?
Guy Ciarrocchi: Because of several reasons. Our liberty has been taken away, and somebody has […]