DAN ONORATO is the Democratic candidate running to be Pennsylvania’s next governor. The Allegheny County executive is touting his economic record, claiming some credit for the turnaround in Pittsburgh that convinced President Obama to choose the Steel City to host last year’s meeting of the G-20 economic summit. But he faces many challenges, starting with national polls suggesting heavy Republican turnout and finishing with a Franklin & Marshall poll released just yesterday that found Onorato still trailing his Republican opponent, Pennsylvania Attorney General Tom Corbett, leading by 3 to 4 percentage points. Onorato hopes to close that gap by informing the public about his positions and track record, as well as those of his opponent. He’s today’s guest on Radio Times.