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.



Thursday, November 21, 2019 at 06:30 PM · 4 rsvps
Level Volunteer Fire Company in Havre De Grace, MD

31st Annual Thanksgiving Dinner


Purchase Tickets Here:

Join Harford County Executive for his 31st Annual Thanksgiving Dinner at Level Fire Company on November 21st at 6:30PM

This event sells out quickly, so purchase your tickets today! Limited seating!


$30 per person

$240 per table (Eight Tickets)

Children Under 12 Free

Please make checks payable to Friends of Barry Glassman and mail to:

P.O. Box 273

Churchville, MD 21028

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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.

Barry Glassman County Executive