Here are a few people about whom, it is fair to say, here in September of 2014, they are not likely to be elected president of the United States -- Bobby Jindal, Scott Walker, Chris Christie, Rick Perry, Martin O'Malley, Elizabeth Warren, Ted Cruz, a...
When Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley first moved into the historic Government House in Annapolis, Md., something struck him. There were no portraits among those of the historic greats, like George Washington, of black Americans who influenced a nation.
Earlier in the month I noted fund initial fund raising by Martin O’Malley which may have been the start of a potential challenge to Hillary Clinton for the 2016 Democratic nomination. It looks like he is serious, being the first to start organizing a campaign in Iowa: Martin O’Malley’s incipient presidential campaign already has 11 [...]
The latest advertisements on behalf of Larry Hogan, the GOP candidate for Maryland’s Governor, have focused on tying his opponent, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown, to the tax policies of Governor Martin O’Malley (D). In his tenure as Governor,...Show More Summary
A 2011 lunch at The Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C., included Brookings Scholars and Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley. Photo by Flickr user Maryland GovPics What comes to mind when you hear the words “think tank”? Do you everShow More Summary
“I’m sort of thinking 2016, okay?” sounded like a joke. But should it be? It’s a very narrow field, with Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders. Maybe 2016 is Kerry’s year. Now read this:Romney: ‘No Question In My Mind’ I Would Have Been A Better President Than Barack Obama (Sep 7, 2014) U.S. Announces [...]
Yes, I am a Warren fangirl, but no, I still don’t think she’s planning to run for President in 2016. Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, on the other hand, seems to be — at the very least — campaigning for the 2016 VP slot. Ed Kilgore at the Washington Monthly: Even as Hillary Clinton prepares for [Read more...]
John Bills and Martin O'Malley entered not guilty pleas for accepting bribes in the red-light camera scandal. [ more › ]
While I would like to see a liberal challenge to Hillary Clinton, so far there has not appeared to be anyone willing to run against her other than would most likely be only as a protest candidacy by someone like Bernie Sanders. Previously Martin O’Malley has indicated he was only considering running if Clinton decided [...]
It’s becoming more evident that Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley will be seeking the Democratic nomination for president, whether or not Hillary Clinton runs. O’Malley…has Democratic fundraisers that “he would enter the presidential race even if front-runner Hillary Clinton is a candidate, suggesting she would face at least some competition for her party’s nomination from an [...]
Why must all the 2016 talk center on Hillary Clinton. Vice President Biden is a worthy contender, as is Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley. Both are headed for New Hampshire. Biden will be joined at the Wednesday event in Portsmouth by members of Congress, the White House said in a statement. The attendees at the event [...]
Just recently, Martin O'Malley, the third Inspector General in three years at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, announced he would step down in December, cutting short a six-year commitment to the quasi-private,...Show More Summary
Columbia, South Carolina (CNN) - As he builds support for a possible Democratic presidential bid, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley is dispatching political staffers to work on two key races in South Carolina this fall, sources familiar with the moves told CNN. The Washington Post reported Monday that O’Malley was sending “more than two dozen” staffers […]
Right Turn is on vacation, but we’re taking time to look at the challenges facing candidates likely to run for president in 2016. We’ve looked at Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and Texas Gov. Rick Perry, but there may also be a contest in the Democratic Party, especially if President Obama’s foreign policy disasters and her […]
The Washington Post is at it again in today's Metro section, boosting Gov. Martin O'Malley's protege Anthony Brown, this time by smearing conservative Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan. Staff writer John Wagner essentially...Show More Summary
The federal indictment announced Wednesday described Martin O'Malley as a "customer liaison" between Redflex Traffic Systems Inc. and its biggest U.S. client, the city of Chicago. A more accurate job title would be "alleged bagman." The...Show More Summary
After Maryland Democrat Gov. Martin O'Malley said the Redskins should probably change their name, Republican Maryland state delegate Michael Hough said O'Malley should give up his taxpayer-funded box seats at Redskins games. The Redskins...Show More Summary
This week, the Democrat governors of Maryland and Virginia disagreed about whether the Redskins should change their name. Their answers probably reveal that Martin O'Malley, Maryland's governor, is running for president while Terry McAuliffe, Virginia's governor, is not. Show More Summary
By Megan Brockett | Maryland Reporter Gov. Martin O’Malley looked into the camera in 2012 and told his audience that expanded casino gambling would mean “hundreds of millions of dollars for our schools.” That 2012 referendum on gambling had propelled Maryland’s schools into the spotlight of a multimillion-dollar campaign where supporters touted the message that...
Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley has been outspoken about the plight of undocumented children at the border, but got in a bit of a public spat after telling the White House not to send them to a Maryland facility. O'Malley appeared on Fusion tonight and said that his position was unfairly spun by the White House.