Meet Craig

Craig Wolf is a lifelong public servant with a proven record of delivering results. As a federal prosecutor with the Department of Justice, Craig successfully prosecuted some of the first cases involving online child pornography, oversaw investigations of human trafficking and coordinated some of the first prosecutions under the federal “Deadbeat Dad” statute.

While serving as Assistant State’s Attorney and senior Circuit Court prosecutor in Allegany County, Craig specialized in cases involving child abuse and domestic violence, but his 78 jury trials ranged from DWI charges to arson and murder.

Craig is also a business leader, serving as President & CEO of the Wine & Spirits Wholesalers of America for more than a decade. In this role, Craig oversaw one of the most prominent trade associations in the country, and he advocated for legislation and public policy that both protected consumers and allowed for businesses to grow.

As Counsel to the US Senate Judiciary Committee, Craig worked across party lines to gain consensus on the enactment of important legislation protecting children from sexual predators. Additionally, he advised the Chairman on constitutional interpretation and terrorism-related matters.

In 2003, Craig joined the U.S. Army at the age of 40 to do his part to help defend America in the wake of 9/11. He is a decorated Veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom. During his tenure, he has served as a defense counsel, prosecutor, international/operational and defense law attorney. Craig has received the Meritorious Service Medal and Bronze Star Medal. He is currently assigned as an International Law Officer with the 354th Civil Affairs Brigade in Riverdale, MD.

Craig has lived all over Maryland, but currently resides in Howard County with his wife of 24 years, Sally. They have two children, Hannah (22) and Zachary (20). He spends his spare time flying helicopters, riding his motorcycle and running with his dog, Grace.

A statewide campaign to unseat a powerful, bankrolled incumbent is no easy task, but it’s important to the future of our state.  If you agree, will you please consider chipping into our campaign?  

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