Watch: Gov. Tom Wolf sworn in for a second term

The governor's ceremony begins at noon.

  • Ed Mahon/PA Post

Tom Wolf, a Democrat from York County, was sworn into office for a second term today as Pennsylvania’s governor, shortly after noon. Wolf was first elected in 2014.

John Fetterman was sworn into office as lieutenant governor this morning. Fetterman, of Allegheny County, defeated the incumbent lieutenant governor, Mike Stack, in the May primary and then ran on a ticket with Wolf in the general election.

The live stream of the event ended shortly before 1 p.m. A recorded video is below.

For analysis of the speech, check out this story.

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