Delegate Hartman Appointed to the Maryland Tourism Development Board and Ranked Top Pro-Business Legislator
Annapolis, MD – Delegate Wayne Hartman has officially been appointed to the Maryland Tourism Development Board by House of Delegates Speaker Adrienne Jones. The mission of this Board is to guide activities to develop and market the state as a destination for tourism.
"I am pleased to appoint Delegate Wayne Hartman to serve as a House of Delegates representative on the Maryland Tourism Development Board,” said Speaker Jones. “I am confident that Delegate Hartman will share his extensive experience and leadership skills with the Maryland Tourism Development Board and that his expertise will benefit the tasks of the Board.” In addition, the Maryland Free Enterprise Foundation, a statewide, nonpartisan, non-profit organization, has released the 2023 edition of its annual publication, Roll Call, now available online at www.marylandfree.org/roll-call/.
Delegate Hartman scored 100% on this year’s Roll Call, indicating a strong pro-business and pro-job growth position. Delegate Hartman also tied for the highest cumulative score (99%) amongst all veteran legislators in the Maryland House of Delegates (minimum 4 years’ service). Delegate Hartman issued the following statement: “I am honored to be appointed to the Maryland Tourism Development Board as District 38C plays a huge role in our state’s economy. I look forward to working with the Board to increase Maryland’s tourism rates and overall competitiveness. My business score from the Maryland Free Enterprise Foundation reflects my voting record during session in Annapolis. I will always remain committed to supporting economic development, job creation, and a strong business climate throughout Maryland.”