From the office of the Harford County delegation to the Maryland General Assembly:
Delegates Wayne Norman and Donna Stifler (Dist. 35A, Harford County) are firing back after their constituents received illegal and misleading robocalls, which were placed by Diane Hussey. Hussey is reportedly the President of the recently-formed group called the Maryland Pro-Life Alliance.
The calls from earlier this week made misleading claims about both delegates’ legislative record on pro-life issues and also violated ethical and legal standards governing robocalls in the state of Maryland.
“I was pro-life before I was a delegate, and I will be pro-life after,” asserted Stifler. “This misleading robocall is a false assassination of my character and demonstrated commitment to pro-life causes.”
Both delegates have earned an A rating and have been endorsed by the nationally-known organization, Maryland Right to Life since taking office.
When asked to comment Norman said, “I am disgusted and appalled by the unethical and illegal tactics used by the Maryland Pro-Life Alliance. I am a committed pro-life legislator and do not take these claims lightly. I will be taking appropriate action to ensure that more constituents are not harassed by these illegal calls.”
“This type of illegal attack is despicable and will not go unchallenged,” reported House Minority Leader Nic Kipke.
The Delegates encourage Harford residents who have been contacted by the Maryland Pro-Life Alliance to call the Harford County Board of Elections at office at 410-638-3565.