LIVE COVERAGE: The inauguration of Gov. Josh Shapiro and Lt. Gov. Austin Davis

All day today, the Capital-Star will bring you the very latest on the inauguration of incoming Democratic Gov. Josh Shapiro and Lt. Gov. Austin Davis. Shapiro replaces outgoing Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf who is leaving office after serving the constitutional maximum of two, four-year terms. Davis, the first Black man to hold the state’s second-ranking office, replaces former Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, who was elected to the U.S. Senate in last November’s general election.

Stay with us for live coverage from the inaugural festivities at the state Capitol on Tuesday afternoon and from the inaugural celebration in Lancaster County on Tuesday night.

A farewell from Gov. Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf

As Pennsylvania’s first couple prepared to leave office on Monday, Gov. Tom Wolf and First Lady Frances Wolf posted a thank-you note to the commonwealth’s residents on Tom Wolf’s official Twitter feed.

Thank you, Pennsylvania.

It’s been an honor to serve as your governor.

Together, we overcame the insurmountable and built a stronger commonwealth.

Frances and I are grateful for the opportunity you gave us.

Your neighbor from York,
Tom Wolf, 47th governor of Pennsylvania

— Governor Tom Wolf (@GovernorTomWolf) January 16, 2023

Originally published at,by Capital-Star Staff

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