George Wolff has served as a lobbyist in Harrisburg for 65 years, spanning 13 governors. During his tenure, Mr. Wolff has seen the Pennsylvania General Assembly transition from a part-time to full-time legislature.
Much of Mr. Wolff’s work focused on issues related to transportation and agriculture, including advocating for increased safety standards in the trucking industry and the establishment of the Animal Health Diagnostic Commission. He has been named to serve on various state commissions and organizations, including the Chesapeake Bay Commission, the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau, the Pennsylvania State Grange, and the Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts.
Beyond the realm of state government, Mr. Wolff has owned and operated farms in Lebanon County for over forty years.
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