Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, Democrat, is re-elected to second term

Nov. 8, 2018: Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf, Democrat, was re-elected to a second term on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018. Wolf defeated Scott Wagner, Republican. John Fetterman, the Mayor of Braddock, Pa.., which is located outside of Pittsburgh, who ran on the ticket with Wolf, was elected as the state’s Lieutenant Governor. Wolf, 69, was far ahead with the majority of precincts reporting voting results, according to unofficial returns. Wagner, 63, was elected to the Pennsylvania State Senate in an historic write-in campaign in 2014.


Attribution: The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Philadelphia Daily News, Philly.com



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