Friday, August 27, 2010
Harley said he could not explain why Corbett said in March that [the pledge] barred fees.
Associated Press, 8/25/10
[Frederiksen] was unsure who placed the campaign literature on the table.
Frederiksen told Capitol Ideas that he did not know who put the materials on the tables...
Capitol Ideas, 7/29/10
Kevin Harley, said later the owner of a plumbing company, whose name he did not know, told Corbett he had workers who did not want to return...
Campaign spokesman Kevin Harley said he did not know the name of the candy company.
During his deposition Mr. Corbett indicated he could not recall or did not know the answers to more than 35 questions put to him...
Pennsylvania Independent, 4/16/10
Harley said that supervisors had sent the agents to Galloway's office and that he didn't know if Corbett had been involved in that decision.
Philadelphia Daily News, 4/9/10
As for why calls appear to be made from others in Corbett’s campaign staff to state phones, Harley said he didn’t know.
Corbett said the Perzel meeting and Preski fundraiser came at a time when "we didn't have all the facts in front of us ..."
Philadelphia Daily News, 11/17/09