Wolf may face crowded field in 2018; Pa. electoral seats vulnerable in 2020

    Scott Wagner, a Republican state senator from York County and owner of trash hauling firm Penn Waste, speaks to reporters at a Penn Waste facility after formally announcing that he will run for Pennsylvania governor in 2018, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 in Manchester, Pa. (Marc Levy/AP Photo)

    Scott Wagner, a Republican state senator from York County and owner of trash hauling firm Penn Waste, speaks to reporters at a Penn Waste facility after formally announcing that he will run for Pennsylvania governor in 2018, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2017 in Manchester, Pa. (Marc Levy/AP Photo)

    Every indication is that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will likely seek a second term in 2018 though it could be a crowded field.

    NewsWorks Tonight host Dave Heller speaks with editorial and opinions editor for Penn Live and The Patriot News, John Micek, to make sense of what’s to come.

    Listen to their conversation below.

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