YORK, Pa. (WHTM) - Scott Wagner says he has no regrets about his run for Pennsylvania governor.
The Republican lost to incumbent Democrat Tom Wolf in Tuesday's election.
Wagner was soft-spoken in his concession speech but called on Wolf to lower taxes on the people of Pennsylvania. He thanked his supported and vowed he's "not going away."
"I've been around the state and I've seen a lot of things and met a lot of people," he said. "I'm not going away. I'm going to take a vacation though, I'll tell you that."
Wagner served four years in the state Senate before resigning in June. He also runs a waste-hauling company.