Miss Wolf (13 October 2009 - Present) is a well known Australian citizen. She is known in the Australian community as a loving and caring person who is respected by most people who have gotten to know her.
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Miss Wolf was elected party president many times in her beloved party, the More Beer Party. In her 17 consecutive terms of presidency the party went through a considerable change. The MBP grew from a lulz party to a well organized top 5 party and was a great community in its prime. The party survived many take over attempts. The very first one, just before the angeldemon (eIndonesian group) Political Take Over , was in March 2010 when lots of prominent eAussies came to help Miss Wolf keep the party president seat. This was the first time the party got into the top 5, thanks to all those people who joined the party to vote for her.
Back then the MBP'ers were only a bunch of people enjoying two-clicking and having fun with Miss Wolf's lulz run for CP in March 2010. Later that year eAustralia's all time favourite joker Dartreal had his own lulz run  with the full support of the MBP. People of eAustralia enjoyed Dartreal's hilarious campaign articles very much. 
As time passed the party grew stronger and managed to elect more and more of its own senators, running under the banner of other parties for a while. During the angeldemon PTO however the MBP got into the top 5 and started to take their responsibilities seriously. They successfully blocked their senate lists and elected their senate candidates every month. The party was so organized and strong that the eIndonesians never made a serious attempt to take it over. MBP'ers fought tirelessly to free eAustralia and luckily for eAustralia the PTO'ers got bored after a couple of months and left the country.
This once great and fun party as eAustralians knew it ceased to exist when eAustralia was wiped off the map at the end of 2010. Her party along with all eAussie parties was moved to eIndonesia and became Indonesian. More and more people quitted the party every day and after eAustralia had managed to regain her independence and people started rebuilding the country there were hardly any eAussies left in the party. Miss Wolf wouldn't have been able to watch her beloved party fall onto eIndonesian hands, so she stayed and waited for the chance to dissolve the party. She successfully held onto her party president seat for months long after eAustralia was liberated. In the long months of her voluntary exile, she entertained herself and her eFriends with occasional runs for Country Presidency in eIndonesia , however her name never stayed on the ballot for election day.
Although she was contested several times in party president elections she lost her party only once, in April 2011 . Luckily the eIndonesian reign over the once glorious eAustralian party lasted only one month. In the May elections, Miss Wolf managed to take her party back and when the last eIndonesian party member finally quit the party in early July the 19-time party president dissolved her party with its original name, honouring the history of this exceptional party. Those unlucky citizens who never heard of the MBP or witnessed its rise to greatness and the hard work MBP members did in the struggle for freedom during the eIndonesian oppression will only have the wiki to certify to the MBP's glory days.
In December 2010 when eAustralia was fully conquered Miss Wolf decided to retire from politics. In January 2011 she was awarded an Order of Australia medal for her contribution to the Anti Take Over effort and her tireless work in the Resistance movement during the angeldemon PTO and eIndonesia's occupation of the country. By this, she became a Member of the Order of Australia.
In 2015 she become party president of .
Miss Wolf owns a newspaper titled. It currently has 111 subscribers. The early articles of her newspaper included the latest news in connection with the More Beer Party and other topics of eAustralian politics. With the party gone articles are published less often and their range of topics has widened too. Less politics, more lulz.