With 58 per cent votes in, Pa. governor Tom Wolf easily wins 2nd term in 2018 midterm election

UPDATE 10:15 p.m.: Scott Wagner has conceded the race for governor. 

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 10 p.m., with 6,541 out of 9,160 districts reporting, Wolf had 1,551,766 votes — or 58.70 percent. Wagner had 1,051,363 votes (39.77 percent), according to unofficial election results from the Pennsylvania Department of State.

Source: Pa. governor Tom Wolf easily wins 2nd term in 2018 midterm election

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