Denny's Story

Denny Wolff is a lifelong resident of Columbia County and a fifth-generation dairy farmer.

Through real-life experience, Denny developed an understanding of the opportunities and challenges of running a business and raising a family in rural Pennsylvania. He worked seven days a week to ensure his five children had what every parent wants to provide for their children: the opportunity to attend college and quality healthcare. In Congress, he’ll put the work ethic he learned on the farm to work for our area.

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Aug 18

Josey and I were at the Luzerne County Fair this evening, and I even served as a judge for the Fair Queen Contest! #PA9 #SendsFarmer #DennyforCongress

Aug 18

I stopped by the Benton High School to meet residents affected by flooding and organizations offering assistance this afternoon. #PA9

Aug 18

A big shoutout to Alive2day.com and its founder, Corey McCabe for organizing the 1st Annual Drug Awareness Day held in Pottsville. Organizations and events like this play a crucial role in raising awareness of this important issue in our communities. #PA9

Aug 18

Today is the 26th Annual Pioneer Day in Ashland. Pioneer Tunnel is a horizontal coal mine that runs 1,800 feet into the side of Mahanoy Mountain. A special thank you to Sheriff Groody and former Mayor Rosemary Noon for hosting us at Pioneer Day! #PA9 #SendaFarmer #DennyforCongress

Aug 17

Braved the rain tonight at the Lebanon County Holstein Association Field Night. Worth it to catch up with some old friends and make some new ones! #PA9 #SendaFarmer #DennyforCongress

Aug 17

Made it to the Schaefferstown Fire Company Carnival before the rain! Had a great time meeting residents of Lebanon County. #PA9 #SendaFarmer #DennyforCongress

Aug 17

Had the opportunity to contribute to the Disaster Relief Drive at the Minersville Fire-Rescue today. I encourage everyone to give cleaning supplies and non-perishable food to help those affected by the recent flooding. #PA9

Aug 17

It was a pleasure addressing and meeting members of the Upper Perkiomen Valley Chamber of Commerce, which includes Hereford Township in Berks County, this morning. Chamber members were able to hear from a diverse set of viewpoints. Special thanks to the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center for hosting!