Mango running hard for Pa. governor’s office

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Paul Mango, a Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, participates in a debate at the National Constitution Center. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

Paul Mango, a Republican candidate for governor of Pennsylvania, participates in a debate at the National Constitution Center. (Emma Lee/WHYY)

On May 15 Republican voters in Pennsylvania will pick a nominee for governor to take on Democratic incumbent Tom Wolf in November.

We conclude our series of interviews with the three Republican gubernatorial candidates with a conversation with Pittsburgh businessman Paul Mango.

Mango is successful consultant in health care who has invested $6 million into his own campaign, a figure matched by rival Scott Wagner. Pittsburgh attorney Laura Ellsworth is also in the Republican primary.

You can hear our interview with Mango by playing the audio above.

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