Maryland attorneys argued in federal court Thursday that the state has been harmed by payments President Donald J. Trump’s real estate company receives from foreign governments and other states, and that those transactions violate one the nation’s earliest efforts to combat corruption.
Frosh won his office in 2014 with 55.8 percent of the vote. Of statewide elected officials that year, only incumbent Democratic Comptroller Peter Franchot received a higher number of votes.
Wolf provided a biography of himself that says he has worked as a prosecutor in Allegany County in the early 1990s and in the late 1990s was a prosecutor in the U.S. Department of Justice’s criminal division. He also worked as a lawyer for the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, the biography said.
It noted he grew up in Baltimore County, likes to ride motorcycles and he flies helicopters and runs with his dog in his spare time. He has been married to Sally Wolf for 24 years and has two adult children.
The biography said he was a football player at Dickinson College and more recently has been a volunteer paramedic and “ice rescue and recovery diver" with Howard County’s volunteer fire department.