With a lead in the polls and Election Day a mere two weeks away, Brooke Lierman may be staring down a seat in the state comptroller’s office. “I think my record of getting things done, you know, stands apart from many others and demonstrates to Marylanders that I will be ready to go on Day One,” she said in an interview. A civil and disability rights attorney and mother of two elementary-aged children, Lierman is finishing her second term as a Maryland state delegate, where she co-chairs a Special Joint Committee on Pensions and has served on the House Appropriations Committee. She practices procurement law, representing blind-owned businesses with federal contracts. Her battle for the office with Harford County Executive Barry Glassman, a Republican, may be the closest of the three statewide races for governor, attorney general and comptroller.
‘Ready to go on day one’ Brooke Lierman and experienced Republican Barry Glassman vie in Maryland comptroller’s
October 26, 2022