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Saturday, February 12, 2011

VitoDeLuca.com

Hello everyone,

Attached is a press release announcing Vito DeLuca's event to officially launch his campaign on Saturday the 19th. I have included the text below as well.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

All the best,
Dan Salvaterra

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Attorney Vito DeLuca to Hold Official Campaign Announcement Event

WYOMING (Feb. 10, 2011) - Attorney Vito DeLuca will host an event to formally announce and officially launch his campaign for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas at Alden Manor on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2011. The announcement and petition signing will begin at 10:00 a.m.

The event is open to the public free of charge and refreshments will be served to all those attending. Alden Manner is located at 119 E Kirmar Avenue (Middle Road) in Nanticoke between Old Mountain Road and Lee Mine Avenue.

To learn more about Attorney Vito DeLuca’s candidacy for Luzerne County Judge please visit his website at www.VitoDeLuca.com.

About Vito DeLuca:

Vito DeLuca is a Kingston attorney and Luzerne County’s Chief Solicitor. Attorney DeLuca has been in private practice since 1993, concentrating on the areas of municipal law and criminal defense and he is certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a Criminal Trial Specialist. He has also served as a Law Clerk to former Court of Common Pleas Judge and current Pennsylvania Superior Court President Judge Cory Stevens and retired Court of Common Pleas Judge Gifford Cappellini. Attorney DeLuca is a husband, father, and a native of Luzerne County. As judge he intends to work with the judiciary to restore integrity, fairness and openness in the Luzerne County Courts.

For more information on this press release, please contact Lynette Villano at 570-654-6567, or Dan Salvaterra at 570-822-4300.

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Editor's note: Markie has been very busy this week, and not the least bit interested in writing. He's been working too much and following the big corruption scandal trial. And, yes, as a result, he's even been listening to WILK in the very late afternoon/early evening, a temporary but embarrassing development.

Later

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I have to admit that I have been listening to Corbett also. But I think I better stop. I find myself rooting for a not guilty on all counts verdict just to listen to Corbett go completely off the reservation.