Michelle Cottle: “He doesn’t have Hillary Clinton’s money and endorsements, Bernie Sanders’s buzz with the progressive base, or President Obama’s historic campaign qualities. But Martin O’Malley is betting that when Iowa Democrats go to caucus next February, his combination of [...]
Where’s Jesse? Where’s Al? Where’s Barack and the Justice Department? Where’s the Black Lives Matter crowd that shouted Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley off the stage for the effrontery of saying “all lives matter”? Do Black Lives Matter? Apparently they don’t matter in Brooklyn, and they certainly don’t matter to New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio. Show More Summary
Martin O’Malley, the former Maryland governor, gave a sweeping criminal justice reform speech, seeking to regain whatever standing he may have lost after “Black Lives Matter” protesters interrupted him at the Netroots Nation conference in Nevada a few weeks ago.
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley is making his pitch to fix Puerto Rico’s financial crisis in the wake of the commonwealth missing a critical debt payment toward the $72 billion it owes bondholders. In an interview published...Show More Summary
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley on Friday released a sweeping plan to reform the U.S. criminal justice system, a move that could set the bar for candidates from both parties as they seek to stake a claim on the issue. In...Show More Summary
Martin O'Malley, former governor of Maryland and current 2016 Democratic presidential candidate, has unveiled a key element of his campaign agenda. In light of recent missteps in his campaign's handling of nationwide protests surrounding the tenuous relationship between urban communities and law enforcement, O'Malley is hitting the reset button. Show More Summary
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley became the first Democratic presidential candidate to make a campaign stop in Puerto Rico this year as part of an effort to woo Latino voters. He met Saturday with local legislators and residents to talk about their concerns as the U.S. Show More Summary
"Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley’s campaign is off to a slow start. Six weeks after announcing his candidacy, he’s still trying to shore up his base: Mrs. O’Malley." -- NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller.
If the Democratic field of candidates for president were a weather phenomenon, you could call it Hurricane Occupy Pushed by Bernie Sanders, the passionate left-leaning Senator from Vermont, Hillary Clinton and Martin O'Malley have used...Show More Summary
The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports that five of the presidential candidates have ties to the Pittsburgh area: Rick Santorum, John Kasich, Rand Paul, Martin O’Malley and Carly Fiorina. “President James Buchanan is the only Pennsylvanian to hold the office, but with [...]
Martin O’Malley will become the first 2016 Democratic presidential candidate to campaign in Puerto Rico, his campaign said Tuesday, with the woes of the debt-strapped U.S. territory becoming an issue in the contest for the White House. The former Maryland governor, who has been angling to demonstrate a commitment to Latino issues, is scheduled to […]
Former Gov. Martin O'Malley of Maryland made the comments on Concord News Radio in New Hampshire, as he discussed his views about reining in Wall Street excesses in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley will meet with black leaders in South Carolina next Tuesday morning — his first official campaign appearance in the early primary state since he entered the race in May. CNN reported the news on Monday. O’Malley, who served as governor of...
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) took a shot at Hillary Clinton for her "closeness with big banks on Wall Street" in an interview with New Hampshire radio station WKXL on Sunday. O'Malley has made Wall Street reform one of the cornerstones of his 2016 presidential campaign. Show More Summary
BEAVERDALE, Iowa -- Former Maryland governor and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley treated supporters to an impromptu performance on Friday, serenading them during a campaign stop in Iowa. Following his remarks at a local pub in Beaverdale, O’Malley was handed a guitar, and led a song session while standing on a chair. Show More Summary
The super PAC backing Democratic candidate Martin O’Malley raised $289,000 in its first month, an official said, the lowest haul of any presidential super PAC that has so far reported its totals.
A super PAC supporting Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley says it will report having raised $289,000 during its first month -- a relative pittance compared to the multi-million dollar efforts by outside groups backing other candidates, including party frontrunner Hillary Rodham Clinton. Show More Summary
The Link Between Climate Change And ISIS Is Real Joe Romm, July 23, 2015 (ThinkProgress) “Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley linked climate change to the rise of ISIS earlier this week. Conservatives pounced. Score this...Show More Summary
As a young state’s attorney in Baltimore, Martin O’Malley prosecuted a parade of drug dealers, the city’s seemingly insurmountable public enemy. As mayor and, later, governor of Maryland, he often seemed most at home when facing off against some other Goliath – a Republican governor trying to take over his city’s schools, for example, or the gun […]
The progressive conference Netroots Nation was home to an unexpected type of political conversation last weekend. During Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley's town hall meeting, protesters began chanting and interrupted his session. Instead of asking security to evict the protesters,...