It's a great honor and privilege to serve as your Delegate in Annapolis.
These first three years have been challenging to say the least. The hardest thing that I've dealt with is the appalling treatment I have received from some leaders. In my opinion, Sen. Nancy Jacobs is one of these leaders.
I have reached out to her numerous times asking for support in Annapolis. Senator Jacobs refused to cross file my Domestic Violence bill protecting women, HB892. Senator Jacobs refusing to work with me in my opinion is more insulting and hurtful than the rumors spoken about me by some Republican and Democrat leaders. I respect Nancy and pray for her daily and only want the best for her. Regarding the ill-spirited rumors and gossip, I know myself, my good record in Annapolis and in the Army, and so do you. Go to http://www.glenglassworks.com.
Thankfully, even without the support of the Senator, I was able to pass a bill giving tax breaks to small businesses hiring a disabled person HB44/SB124 cross filed by a Democrat Senator, led the Referendum effort in Harford, leading the fight to stop Smart Meters, gave more hunting opportunity to sportsmen, received an award for pro-business votes and introduced more bills than any Harford Delegate: 37 introduced, 227 Co-sponsored, 31 passed.
I did find time to enjoy gardening, boating, crabbing and bow-hunting. I moved my mother to Aberdeen to be closer to the family and my pets Sasha and Tiger Lilly are doing well; my dear Mom has adopted my cat Tiger.
Have a happy holiday and please join me at my Town Hall meeting in Aberdeen at the American Legion, 44 North Parke St., Saturday, Jan. 4, from noon to 2 p.m. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 443-360-8607. Thanks and God bless.
Del. Glen Glass
District 34, southern and eastern HarfordCopyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun