Scott Wagner Resigns from State Senate

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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Scott Wagner, the Republican nominee for governor of Pennsylvania, is resigning from the state senate.

The state Republican party says Wagner, who represents part of York County, will leave his post early next week, in order to focus all his attention on this fall's race for governor against incumbent Democrat Tom Wolf.

Wagner's resignation is effective Monday, June 4.

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  • Jack Irvin

    Amazed that he resigned, always felt that if an elected politician runs for another office they should be required to give up their current office, don’t really like the guy but this was a smart move that could gain my vote

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