Harford County’s eight state delegates and three state senators joined their 136 fellow legislators for the traditional start of a new legislative session in Annapolis Wednesday.
The session falls during an election year, as incumbent Republican Gov. Larry Hogan is seeking a second term and many legislators — including Harford’s — are kicking their campaigns into gear.
“It’s going to be a tumultuous session,” Republican Sen. Wayne Norman, who is seeking re-election to his district serving Cecil and Harford counties, said Thursday. “It’s an election year — there’s a lot of people posturing in different areas and different ways.”
Del. Mary Ann Lisanti, the lone Democrat...