Gov. Tom Wolf takes the oath of office for the second time on Tuesday outside the Capitol East Wing in Harrisburg, launching the second term of his administration.
The location is the same. The oath is the same. The man taking that oath is the same albeit he is four years older (70) and becoming the oldest person to ever be sworn in as the commonwealth’s governor.
There are other similarities to the hoopla surrounding this historic event for Pennsylvania to inaugural festivities held four years ago when this Mount Wolf, York County, native was first sworn in as Pennsylvania’s 47th governor.
For example, the ceremony is being followed by an open house at the Governor’s Residence, which will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday . The price of the tickets for the evening celebration is the same — $50 for students and those over 65 years of age and $100 for all others. And the cost of the inauguration celebration is covered entirely by private donations.
But here are 13 differences: read more.