If Pennsylvania's governor dies, becomes incapacitated, or leaves office, the lieutenant governor completes the governor's term. Other duties include presiding over the state Senate, occasionally casting a tie-breaking vote, and being the chairman of the Board of Pardons. Joe Gale is a Montgomery County Commissioner with a business background who wants to be Pennsylvania's next lieutenant governor. According to the state constitution, however, the holder of the office must be at least thirty years old. Twenty-nine-year-old Joe Gale has a plan to work around that restriction.