Allyson Schwartz (D)
Jonathan D. Jewell (I)
I believe it was [to become] a robotics engineer, but I can't find my yearbook to confirm that.
Katie McGinty (D)
I don't believe my high school yearbook had "most likely to", but if it did, I would have been "Most Likely to be out Shooting Hoops".
Ken V. Krawchuk (L)
In high school, I was generally considered "most likely to succeed in the computer world." It was an obvious prophecy, seeing how I scored my first job as a professional computer programmer while still in high school. My three US Patents related to database theory only confirmed the prophecy's accuracy.
Paul Glover (G)
I was voted "Most Artistic," probably because I enjoy cartooning.
Rob McCord (D)
I was never voted as a "most likely to" student, but I was student body president and the co-captain of my soccer team.
Governor Tom Corbett (R)
I graduated from Shaler Area High School in 1967. We didn't have "most likely to..." lists for our yearbook. I was elected to the Senior Executive Council, and acted in school plays. So, perhaps I should have been "Most likely to have a sense of humor!"
Tom Wolf (D)
Be a good friend.
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