If you didn’t ask after the first set of lockdown measures in response to the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, you certainly were asking after Round 2.
When does Tom Wolf leave office for good?
It’s a great question, actually. The real answer is: Not soon enough.
But allegedly, in Pennsylvania, we hold “free and fair elections” because Tom Wolf said we did. And because we do that, Pennsylvanians will have to wait until Election Day 2022 to vote for a new Governor.
Luckily, because of term limits, Wolf can’t run again. But until that Election Day and the lame-duck period between then and Inauguration Day 2023, we seem to be stuck with him.
When is Governor Wolf’s Term Up?
Pennsylvania’s next Governor will be inaugurated on January 17, 2023. By tradition, the Governor of Pennsylvania is inaugurated on the third Tuesday in January following a gubernatorial election.
Tom Wolf was inaugurated for a second term on January 20, 2019.
After a disastrous 2020, not many Pennsylvanians will be sad to see him leave office.
We’re literally counting the days until we get a new Governor and bid adieu to Tom Wolf.
Tom Wolf Countdown Clock – Time for a New Pennsylvania Governor
This clock measures the time until Inauguration Day for the next Pennsylvania Governor on Jan. 17, 2023.