Winners in Pennsylvania’s 2017 lottery have been making an average of $8.1 million, up more than $5 million from last year.
They made $7.1 billion, a record for Pennsylvania, but the state is expected to be a major winner in 2018.
The state’s lottery officials say the winners will receive an average tax of $1.7 million in 2018, compared to $1 million in 2019 and $1 billion in 2020.
The winners will also receive an annual tax of more than a million dollars, a new record for a lottery in the state.
Pennsylvania’s state lottery office has said it expects to make another record next year, but has not provided details.
The 2018 lottery was the first to have a statewide winner since 2003, when then-Gov.
Tom Corbett’s administration gave out the state lottery’s lottery prize.
The winner was John T. Collins, a man who was a successful real estate agent.
The first Pennsylvania lottery winner was Frank C. Ganser, a former congressman who became the state’s first openly gay elected official in 2015.
In 2018, the state had the highest number of winners in the country, with 817, according to the National Association of State Lotteries.