Democrat Tom Wolf has been sworn in as Pennsylvania's 47th governor, replacing Republican Tom Corbett.
Wolf took his oath of office Tuesday before a huge crowd gathered for the ceremony outside the Capitol.
The 65-year-old Wolf is calling for bipartisanship in a divided state government and has said his goals are creating good-paying jobs, good schools and a government that works.
Wolf is a former businessman who ran his family's business for nearly 30 years. He tapped his personal wealth to give himself a leg up in his first election campaign.
Wolf denied former Corbett a second term by winning nearly 55 percent of the vote. He was the only Democrat nationally to unseat a sitting Republican governor in the Nov. 4 election.