York, Pennsylvania - Today, Tom Wolf for Governor announced it raised $2.855 million in 2013 as of December 11, 2013. The $2.855 million in contributions have been raised as of today in addition to the personal contribution of $10 million from Tom and Frances Wolf. Wolf entered the race in early April, and the campaign still has 19 days to raise additional money before the December 31, 2013 campaign finance reporting deadline.
"Throughout Pennsylvania, people are hungry for a different type of leader with fresh ideas," said Joe Shafer, Wolf's campaign Manager. "Tom Wolf has worked hard to reach out to Pennsylvanians throughout the Commonwealth, and his message is resonating. The campaign has raised $2.855 million since early April, and with 19 days left before the end of the year campaign finance deadline, we believe even more people will respond to Tom's story and message. Tom Wolf is a different kind of leader who turned around his business by investing in people, and he has the vision and ideas to give Pennsylvania a fresh start."
Learn more about Tom Wolf at www.wolfforpa.com.
Tom Wolf is a different kind of leader. As a businessman, Tom invests in people and innovation, creating good-paying jobs right here in Pennsylvania. The Wolf Organization provides living wages, health insurance, and retirement contributions -- it even shares between twenty and thirty percent of its net profits with employees. In addition to his business experience, Tom also served in the Peace Corps and was a member of Gov. Ed Rendell's cabinet.
Tom Wolf is running for governor to give Pennsylvania a fresh start by using his unique experience and background to rebuild a thriving, secure middle-class across Pennsylvania.