If you voted for Tom Wolf because you think he's going to spend more money on liberal causes, you're in for a major disappointment.
Pennsylvania voters didn't like Tom Corbett, but they also wanted a barrier to the Wolf agenda, so they gave Republicans greater control of the Pennsylvania Legislature.
From the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:
Corbett's loss was balanced by Republican gains in the General Assembly. The party picked up three seats in the 50-member Senate, raising its total to 30, and increased its House majority from 111 to 119 among 203 members, the largest majority since the 1957-58 session.
New Pennsylvania Governor Wolf expected to have to bend on agenda