24 Feb: Humanize: Thomas Wolf on PBS12

Get to know the person behind the podium in our original production of Humanize: Denver’s Mayoral Candidates. Hear from Thomas Wolf about their feelings on Denver currently, how the city has changed in their eyes, how their childhood influenced their desire to lead, and much more. PBS12 hopes to humanize and create an emotional connection with the candidates to help inform voters’ decision.

Aired: 02/24/23

Rating: NR

24 Feb: Thomas Wolf Ends Encampments – 9 News Denver

Thomas Wolf is an investment banker making his second run for Denver Mayor. In 2011, he finished with 1.89% of the vote. Today, his campaign focuses on encampments.
Q&A with Thomas Wolf: https://www.9news.com/article/news/po…

23 Feb: See Thomas’ Stances on KTVD Debate

See Thomas’ highlights at the Denver Mayoral Debate at MSU

22 Feb: Thomas Wolf on Ending Encampments

Alex Edwards alex.edwards@gazette.com Feb 22, 2023 Updated 16 hrs ago

In the second half of a mayoral forum, state Rep. Leslie Herod and businessman Tom Wolf disagreed on the best solutions to end Denver’s homelessness crisis.

Wolf wants to house people in disused city buildings. Herod wants to utilize land owned by the city. Both agreed that housing people must be the priority, however, and agreed it’s inhumane to walk over people camped out on Denver’s sidewalks.

20 Feb: 2023 Denver mayoral race: Candidate Thomas Wolf shares his platform

By: Tony Kovaleski , Angelika Albaladejo , Jodie FileniusPosted at 3:11 PM, Feb 20, 2023 and last updated 6:25 PM, Feb 20, 2023
Thomas Wolf is running for mayor for a second time. He previously ran in 2011.

Wolf works as an investment banker at CREWE. He received his master’s from the University of Denver. His family formerly lived in London but chose to move to Denver for “quality of life, cost of living, geography and its people,” according to his campaign website.

Wolf qualified for Denver Fair Elections Fund, according to city data. At the start of February, he received $107,694.70 in campaign funding. Nearly $88,000 of those contributions are from the Fair Elections Fund.

19 Feb: Citycast Podcast: Thomas Wolf on Gentrification, Casa Bonita and His Favorite Local Artist

Thomas Wolf is an investment banker who has worked for JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Credit Suisse, and Crewe Capital, and he wants to be mayor. Thomas sits down with producer Paul Karolyi to talk about how he’d support the arts community, combat gentrification, build bike lanes, and, of course, Casa Bonita.

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25 Jan: Denver Mayoral Candidate, Thomas Wolf, Launches GoFundMe for sidewalk advocate, Jill Locantore

DENVER, Jan. 25, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Thomas Wolf, the independent, deeply concerned Denver citizen, candidate for mayor, and avid sidewalk user, has launched a GoFundMe page for Jill Locantore. She is the executive director of the Denver Streets Partnership, the organization that sponsored the ballot initiative on Denver sidewalks in the midterm elections.

18 Jan: Thomas Wolf Campaign Announces Comprehensive Plan to Confront Encampments – “Pledge to Zero”

DENVER, Jan. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Today, the Thomas Wolf mayoral campaign (The committee to elect Thomas Wolf Denver Mayor) announces its comprehensive plan on the encampment crisis in Denver.
“When elected, we will confront and control encampments by delivering city-provided shelter within vacant city buildings and land” said Wolf. “Doing so acknowledges the humanitarian crisis on our streets and is the most immediate and compassionate way to stop neglecting our city’s most needy.

06 Sep: Investment banker Thomas Wolf is running for mayor of Denver

Ben Markus / Sep. 06, 2022, 5:18 p.m.
Investment banker Thomas Wolf is running for mayor of Denver in 2023.

Wolf lost a bid for mayor in 2011, finishing seventh with 2,150 votes in the first round of voting. Wolf’s run was a “free” campaign, meaning he wouldn’t accept campaign contributions. It was his first political race.

“I just never really got it out of my system,” said Wolf in an interview. “And paid attention to what’s happened in the last three terms. And I just really think there’s some straightforward things that need to change, and need to happen, and it’s gonna require tough, dedicated leadership to do it.”