Three weeks after making a modest donation to Tom Wolf’s campaign for governor, my husband and I were on our way to Mount Wolf to meet Tom and to attend a backyard barbecue at his home. As soon as we got there, we were taken into the backyard to meet Mr. Wolf and his wife, Frances. Tom took us into his home and showed us his study as he and my husband discussed The Bully Pulpit and other books both had read and enjoyed.
We talked about what we did and where we lived, and Tom shared some stories about his wife’s paintings and his daughters. We made our way back outside as other guests arrived -- neighbors and other prize winners -- in all about 20 people.
As a lifelong fisherman, hunter, gun owner, and Pennsylvanian I am proud to serve as the Chairman of the Sportsmen for Wolf Committee, where we plan to make Tom Wolf the next Governor of Pennsylvania.
I have made it my life’s work to help protect our environment and natural resources. While serving in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, I had the privilege to sit on the House Game and Fish Committee, and later on in my career I served as Senior Advisor to the Pennsylvania Wilds initiative and as Executive Director of the Governor’s Sportsmen Advisory Council in the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
The Latinos for Wolf initiative kicked off this week with events in both Philadelphia and Reading to begin mobilizing the Latino community for the nearing November election.
In Philadelphia, Tom Wolf was joined by Councilwoman Maria Quiñones Sanchez, former Councilman Angel Ortiz, and former Pennsylvania Secretary of State Pedro Cortes to help fire up Latino voters about electing Tom Wolf in November.