Update: Scott Wagner is being sworn in at the Senate Chamber of the Pennsylvania State Capitol in Harrisburg.

The swearing-in ceremony will be streamed live at pasenategop.com.

You can also follow reporter Christina Kauffman's tweets to the right.

Friday's report:

Scott Wagner met with Senate leaders this week and said he will be sworn in Wednesday during a ceremony at the Capitol in Harrisburg.

Wagner said York County Common Pleas Judge John W. Thompson Sr. will officiate, and the Rev. Mark Kearse of Cornerstone Baptist Church in York will be chaplain.

The Republican won a March 18 special election after a write-in campaign for an open seat in the 28th Senate.

He'll be the state's first Senator elected by write-in, and he'll fill the seat through the end of the Nov. 30 session.

He's also running for a full four-year term in the seat in the 2014 election. His opponents include fellow Republican Zack Hearn and Democrat Linda Small.

— Reach Christina Kauffman at ckauffman@yorkdispatch.com.