(York Daily Record) Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf cruised to re-election Tuesday on a wave that many of his supporters said had as much to do with President Donald Trump as it did with his actual opponent, Scott Wagner.
At 12:25 a.m. on Wednesday, with 8,889 out of 9,160 districts reporting, Wolf, a Democrat, had 2,643,165 votes — or 57.70 percent. Wagner, a Republican, had 1,867,411 (40.77 percent), according to unofficial election results from the Pennsylvania Department of State.
During a speech at The Bond in York, Wolf told his supporters that Pennsylvanians voted for a state that has “a really bright future” and for “a public service that actually has integrity, that you can trust.” Read the full story on the York Daily Record.