1. Tom Wolf made stronger investments in his employees because he knew that it was their work that truly made the Wolf Organization successful.
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3. Tom Wolf is dedicated to ensuring that Pennsylvanians have access to quality and affordable health care.
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6. Tom Wolf said that over the past few years Pennsylvania has begun to "match and advance beyond our neighbors.
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8. On January 20, 2015, Tom Wolf was sworn in as Pennsylvania's 47th governor.
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9. Tom Wolf is the first Pennsylvania governor to win election twice while losing both times in his home county.
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12. Tom Wolf argued the budget was not balanced, disputing Republicans' claim that it would provide increased funding in certain areas without raising taxes.
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13. On July 1, 2015, Tom Wolf vetoed a budget submitted to him by the Pennsylvania General Assembly, causing a budget dispute between the governor's office and the legislature.
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17. Tom Wolf served in that position on Rendell's cabinet from his April 2007 confirmation by the Pennsylvania State Senate until resigning in November 2008.
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19. Tom Wolf met his wife, Frances, at school and married her in 1975.
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20. Tom Wolf turned down an opportunity to interview for a tenure-track faculty position at Harvard University to begin his career at The Wolf Organization as manager of a True Value store owned by the company.
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21. Tom Wolf graduated from The Hill School, a boarding school in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, in 1967.
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23. Tom Wolf was born and raised in Mount Tom Wolf, Pennsylvania, the son of Cornelia Rohlman and William Trout Wolf, a business executive.
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