State Sen. Scott Wagner (R) is celebrating a victory. He will now serve a full term representing the 28th district in the Pennsylvania State Senate. Wagner beat out Democratic challenger Linda Small.
The biggest issues Wagner said he wants to address are the pension crisis and school taxes. Wagner talked about expected gridlock in Harrisburg with the election of Democrat Tom Wolf as governor.
"It's time to sit down at the table and get things done. I will tell you right now I am angry with the Tom Wolf campaign for the lies that they told people, that Corbett has decimated school districts. There's not a school in York County that is decimated. Tom Wolf is going to have to come clean on the lies to the people. He said Corbett cut education by a billion dollars, but that was a stimulus. He is going to have to come clean on the lies or we are going to have a real problem for the next four years," said Wagner.
Wagner said he is optimistic about Republican gains in the House and Senate in Pennsylvania.