Yesterday, hundreds of supporters joined Tom Wolf at grassroots events on the first day of the statewide Fresh Start Bus Tour.
The tour kicked off in Tom's hometown of York, where a few hundred friends and neighbors turned out to cheer on Tom as he got ready to board the bus that will make stops across the state in the final days before Election Day.
On Friday, Tom Wolf kicked off a Fresh Start Bus Tour to spread his message of investing in public education and creating family-sustaining jobs to rebuild a thriving middle class.
Adding to the excitement of the bus tour was the news that two prominent Pennsylvania newspapers endorsed Tom Wolf because they believe he's the different kind of leader our commonwealth needs after four disastrous years of Governor Corbett's failed leadership.
Jeremiah Milligan is one of this campaign’s youngest volunteers to date -- but even though he won’t be able to vote on November 4, the 16-year-old high school junior is working hard to get the word out about electing Tom Wolf in his Philadelphia community.
Jeremiah’s role in the campaign is unique. He works closely with the campaign’s political department in Philadelphia providing administrative and advance support during events, such as last week’s event with First Lady Michelle Obama.