Welcome to my web site. You only need to turn on the news to realize the difficulties our nation faces. With soaring gasoline prices, families losing their homes, rising anti-American violence around the world, violence in our schools, in our neighborhoods, the importance of this election cannot be understated.
Liberal Democrats are closer than ever to wrecking our economy, destroying traditional family values and shredding our liberties.
Republicans need only two seats to win back the majority in the U.S. Senate.
This year, we are guaranteed that an extreme liberal Democrat will be running for President. I believe West Virginia Republicans and Democrats alike will be electing a Republican for President, just like they did in 2000 and 2004.
Jay Wolfe was born in Parkersburg, the son of Donald and Emogene Moore Wolfe, both of whom were born in Cairo of Ritchie County. Attending public schools in Wood County, he graduated in 1973 from Parkersburg South where he met his wife to be, Mollie Butler. Mollie and Jay have been married thirty-three years, have four grown children and four grandchildren. Both Mollie and Jay grew up in Democrat homes and first registered as Democrats to vote.
In 1984, when moved to Bridgeport with an insurance job, Jay and Mollie both registered for the first time as Republicans because of their pro-life convictions and knowing the pro-abortion political platform of the Democrat Party. Jay has since grown to be both socially and fiscally conservative.
Jay and Mollie own and operate an independent, property-casualty insurance agency. Mollie manages the agency now. Jay has been an insurance agent for 30 years, been involved in building two motels, owns several rental properties and operates Sprint cell phone stores, all in West Virginia.
Jay Wolfe served four years in the West Virginia State Senate from 1987 through 1990, served on the Harrison County and State Republican Executive Committees, was the 1988 Republican U.S. Senate nominee against Robert Byrd and the 2002 Republican U.S. Senate nominee against Jay Rockefeller.
The Wolfes are active members of Life Builders Fellowship church where Jay is an elder, teaches youth Sunday-school classes and plays the bass-guitar in the worship band. Since 1983, Jay has made numerous trips to Ft. Liberte, Haiti where he, along with many others from churches around West Virginia, has helped the Haitian Jerusalem Baptist Church congregation build school classrooms, help supply medical clinics and build an orphanage.
He attended Marshall University majoring in business and graduated from Glenville State College in 1977 with a degree in business administration.