Meet Barry

Republican Harford County Executive Barry Glassman is currently serving as the county’s seventh county executive. Retired from Baltimore Gas & Electric, Barry also has a long record of public service as a councilman, delegate and state senator. His family sold cattle on Maryland’s eastern shore and he graduated from Washington College in Chestertown. Throughout his 30 years in public service, Barry has been recognized for outstanding character, service and leadership. His record of fiscal conservatism and constituent service included promoting rural values and steadfast protection of Maryland’s agricultural land and water resources. Barry lives on a small farm in Darlington along with his wife where he continues the family tradition of raising a small flock of Katahdin sheep.


Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 05:30 PM · $300.00 USD

Classic Car Garage Party With Harford County Executive Barry Glassman



Don't miss the chance to check out Mr. Danny Jones's classic car collection with Harford County Executive Barry Glassman!

Hosted by Gail & Danny Jones at 1504 Hollingsworth Road, Joppa, MD 21085

Cocktails & Hors d'oeuvres


$1,500 for Sponsorship (includes 2 tickets and recognition)

$500 per couple

$300 per person

Please make checks available to 'Friends of Barry Glassman' and send to P.O. Box 273, Churchville, MD 21028

RSVP by Thursday, March 22

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Harford executive plans suit against opioid manufacturers, prescribers

Originally posted on: Harford County will join the growing list of Maryland Counties in suing opioid manufactures, distributors and local subscribers for their alleged roles in spurring an abuse crisis that has reached epidemic proportions, County Executive Barry Glassman said Tuesday. In his annual State of the County Address delivered in the County Council chamber in Bel Air, Glassman said he will direct the county’s Law Department to draw up request for proposals for such a lawsuit.

Glassman outlines new initiatives, lauds county's financial position in annual address

  Harford County Executive Barry Glassman laid out, in his fourth State of the County Address Tuesday, how the county has retaken the high ground — in terms of its improved financial picture — putting the Glassman administration in a better position to tackle the ongoing opioid crisis, support education and public safety and assist low-income residents and people with disabilities. “You see, if you want to lift somebody up, you’ve got to be on high ground,” Glassman said.   Article Source:

Harford's Glassman to give State of County Address Jan. 9

  Harford County Executive Barry Glassman will present his fourth State of the County Address to the County Council and the public at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 9, in the Council Chambers at 212 S. Bond Street in Bel Air. The address will stream live on the county website and on social media. “I look forward to reporting on Harford County’s progress and plans to improve opportunities and the quality of life for our citizens,” Glassman said in a statement. “I will also introduce some special guests who inspire our work.”   Original Article:

Glassman Installed To Executive Position With State Association

  BEL AIR, MD - From The Maryland Association of Counties: Harford County Executive Barry Glassman has been installed as Second Vice President of the Maryland Association of Counties. He was installed during the Inaugural Banquet, Wednesday, December 6, at the 2017 Winter Conference in Cambridge, Maryland. Original Article Posted On:

Glassman to seek second term as Harford County Executive

    Harford County Executive Barry Glassman on Tuesday announced, as expected, that he will seek a second four-year term. “I am proud of the amazing story that we have to tell,” Glassman told the crowd gathered for his annual business breakfast fundraiser at Level Volunteer Fire Company. “It’s hard to believe it’s been three years already and hard to believe I’m returning today to announce officially that indeed I am filing for re-election as Harford County executive for four more years.”  

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