In an interview yesterday in his State House office, Glendening, 59, and his bride, Jennifer E. Crawford, 35, told the Associated Press that they discovered in January that Crawford was pregnant.
Before the divorce, Glendening began a relationship with Crawford, then his deputy chief of staff and one of the most powerful and controversial figures in his administration. Crawford resigned her $103,000-a-year post on Jan. 25 and married Glendening in a brief civil ceremony that afternoon.
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