Milton was born and raised in Lyons, a small farming community in central Kansas.

He graduated from the University of Kansas and attended the University of Kansas School of Medicine. There Milton became one of the top medical students in the nation. As only a third year medical student, he was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society. Dr. Wolf completed his residency in diagnostic radiology at the University of Missouri at Kansas City which included training at Saint Luke’s Hospital, Truman Medical Center and Children’s Mercy Hospital. Dr. Wolf also trained at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center.

Dr. Wolf currently serves Kansas families by practicing  diagnostic radiology including mammography in Kansas City. He has also traveled Kansas and cared for families in Hays, Pratt, Ellsworth, Great Bend, Hutchinson and McPherson.

Dr. Wolf became an outspoken critic of ObamaCare from the very beginning. His book First Do No Harm: The President’s Cousin Explains Why His Hippocratic Oath Requires Him to Oppose ObamaCare exposed the horrors of the president’s health-care overhaul and provided common sense free-market health-care reforms that put patients first rather than politicians.  He has traveled the country speaking out and has appeared on news shows including Fox and Friends and Hannity. Until recently, he wrote a conservative column for the national newspaper The Washington Times.

Milton is a doctor, not a politician. He has never run for political office. He rejects the idea of career politicians and shares our Founding Fathers’ vision of a citizen legislature where Americans bring their experiences, serve for a short time and then return home to live under the laws they helped to create. Milton believes America must re-embrace the Constitution and the divinely-inspired American Idea of individual liberty, limited government and free-market values.

Milton and Karrie have been married for twenty-five years and have two children.