Dan Boyle is deeply committed to his community which is where he was born, grew up, lives, and volunteers.  He is an advocate for every resident in the 5th District, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and in the United States, especially those in the middle class.  Through his interactions with members of the community, he understands their concerns which include the economy and job issues, health care, and the environment.

Having spent 25 years in business and 15 years as an attorney fighting for the rights of others Dan knows how to solve injustices and fix problems. His work as a consultant and as an attorney has allowed him to gain a wealth of knowledge that provides him with an enormous advantage in dealing with most issues. He has worked with various sized business entities on numerous legal and business matters.

As a committee chair for a non-profit community organization whose mission is to serve families and individuals in the fight against hunger and homelessness in the community and to help those affected to lift themselves out of the cycle of poverty.

Dan is also on the board member of another grass-roots non-profit organization that provides mental health treatment to those suffering from mental health issues. Their objective is to help community residents navigate life’s many transitions by providing expert yet affordable care to ensure everyone who needs support can get help. 

As an avid outdoors person who enjoys a wide range of activities including hiking and kayaking, Dan is involved with outdoor groups including the Wilmington Trail Club whose purpose is to promote and provide opportunities for all individuals to enjoy the outdoors to promote and support the protection and restoration of places of natural beauty and interest. 

Although Dan currently does not own any pets, he enjoys his time in the Dog and Cat Volunteer Program at the Brandywine Valley SPCA.


Dan attended Penn State University for his undergraduate degree (B.S.) in Management Information Systems. He then became an operations manager for a telecommunications company. He received his law degree (J.D.) from Widener Law School and became a judicial law clerk for the Superior Court of New Jersey. He worked as an attorney for several years representing individuals harmed by the negligence of others. He subsequently obtained his Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in Taxation from Villanova Law School. He then worked as an attorney specializing in tax law handling various tax issues including business advisory, consulting, and tax controversy. He is now a principal in a consulting firm that specializes in strategy, operations, and compliance issues. He will achieve a Master of Business Administration degree (M.B.A.) from Villanova University this May. 

The people of the 5th District know that Washington D.C. is broken. The people of the Commonwealth know that Washington D.C. is broken. The people of the United States know that Washington D.C. is broken. The only ones who don’t know that Washington D.C. is broken are those in Washington D.C.


The people of the 5th District have no voice. They have no one to represent them. As their elected official, I will assure everyone that as their elected official they will have a leader in Washington D.C. Someone who will actively represent their needs and who will be a leader not only for the 5th District, but for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and for the United States.

Dan will champion their causes and bring changes for a stronger middle class which includes a livable minimum wage, affordable education, healthcare for everyone, and meaningful tax relief.