From Del. Glen Glass:
It is an honor and a privilege to represent you as your Delegate. As you know, last year with the help of many volunteers from Harford County and across the state, we collected over 133,000 signatures to place the bill that gave in-state tuition to illegal immigrants on the ballot this November as a referendum. After the bill was passed by the Maryland General Assembly, Delegate Neil Parrott and I decided that “enough is enough” and our only recourse would be a petition drive. I informed Neil, chairman of www.mdpetitions.com, that he could count on the citizens of Harford County to help overturn this detrimental legislation. Thanks to you and your efforts, Harford County contributed over 15,000 signatures and was one of the top four counties.
Let me bring you up to date on where we are for this year’s petitions to stop the legalization of same-sex marriage and the new congressional redistricting map. Currently, we have collected over 130,000 signatures for the referendum on same-sex marriage and the congressional redistricting petition had a successful month receiving over 28,000 signatures.
However, Harford County has accounted for only 1,430 of the total collected signatures to stop the congressional redistricting map, leaving us well behind other Maryland counties. I encourage everyone to rally and support this petition which will prevent Harford County and the rest of the state from being improperly divided and represented. I’m asking you to join me in fighting this overly politicized and gerrymandered map.
Please visit www.mdpetitions.com where you can find out more information or download, sign, and mail in your petition. If you would like to serve on the frontlines with me, email me firstname.lastname@example.org or the Harford County coordinator email@example.com to volunteer. Join me and together we can force the Maryland General Assembly to produce a map that makes sense and properly represents Maryland’s citizens. Thank you.
Your Delegate and servant Glen Glass