Democratic Primary For House Of Delegates – D34A (SouthHarford) – Who Is The Fairest of Them All? Mary Lisanti, Maria Terry Or Marla Posey-Moss?

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Four years ago the Democratic primary for House of Delegates D-34A was won by M-D James and  Marla Posey-Moss. Popular incumbent Democrat Dan Riley was surprisingly defeated. Riley’s political upset provoked him  in to making disparaging remarks  about Posey-Moss and not supporting her campaign.   South Harford ended up wih the disasterous incompetent Repupublican Glenn Glass. Glass’s lack of any kind of political or administrative experience  forced him to become a political puppet of  the Know Nothing  TeaParty Republicans Pat McDonough and Rick Impallaria (dist 7).  Everybody knows by now that the Glass is empty. Two seats are wide open. The conventional wisdom says that.Harford County Councilwoman Mary Lisanti and Aberdeen businessman Steve Johnson will be the nominees.  But newcomer Pat Murray declares that his political experience and contacts as a legislative  political operative make him the most qualified.   Aberdeen business woman Marla Posey-Moss says she has upset the conventional wisdom before. And Havre de Grace business woman Maria Terry has been on the Harford County Board of Elections the past four years talking with the upset Dan Riley and planning  her own political surprise.

 

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