A new Quinnipiac poll in Iowa finds Hillary Clinton leading Bernie Sanders, 51% to 42%, with Martin O’Malley way back at 4%.
"Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is still in the race for the Democratic nomination, but he isn’t getting much traction. In fact, he’s now polling two points behind the Syrian refugees." -- NewsBusted anchor Jodi Miller.
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Martin O'Malley, Democratic candidate for president, responds to the anti-ISIS plan that his rival Hillary Clinton presented in a speech today, and presents...
Failing to garner more than single digit support in the 2016 presidential contest, former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has just about stretched...
A new Bloomberg poll shows Hillary Clinton leading the Democratic presidential race with 55%, followed by Bernie Sanders at 30% and Martin O’Malley at 3%. A new NBC News/Survey Monkey poll shows Clinton leading with 49%, followed by Sanders at [...]
It seems a little peculiar to write about anything this week that doesn’t involve a discussion of terrorism or security, but the political world continues to turn here at home. One news item you might have missed is that, per The Washington Post, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley’s campaign is “perilously close to financial collapse.” [...]Show More Summary
Martin O’Malley has decided to accept public financing for his flagging campaign, a move that will will boost his coffers in the short term but makes him subject to strict spending limits that will constrain his ability to compete with his better-funded rivals down the road.
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was taken to task by her opponent Gov. Martin O’Malley and pundits at last week’s Democratic debate when...
Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is struggling to pay the bills and stay out of the red.
“With barely 10 weeks before Democrats start picking their presidential nominee, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley’s campaign is perilously close to financial collapse,” the Washington Post reports. “The Democratic hopeful this week began asking the roughly 30 staffers at his [...]
Democratic candidates Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley will join GOP candidate Dr. Ben Carson on BET.com’s “20/20/ Leaders of America” forum on Saturday, November 21. Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton has opted out and will not appear. Show More Summary
Sign of weakness for the O’Malley campaign. For a successful campaign, the opportunity costs now of opting into public financing given how it restricts spending are just too high: The last major candidate to adhere to such strict spending limits … Continue reading ?
Former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley is trying to raise money for his cash-challenged presidential bid off Sen. Bernie Sanders’s slight of Baltimore during the last Democratic debate. During a discussion over gun control at Saturday night’s debate in Des Moines, O’Malley touted his role in pushing through reforms in Maryland while criticizing Sanders’s record on […]
At the democratic debate last Saturday, Martin O'Malley called Donald Trump a "carnival barker," which was rather offensive-- to carneys everywhere. Trump may not be able to operate a Guess Your Age or Weight concession on the midway, but he is the perfect side show act. Show More Summary
It was a feel-good moment for the Democratic Party. During Saturday’s debate, Democratic candidates for president were asked one question apiece about issues intertwined with racial justice. Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley finally...Show More Summary
Mr. O'Malley is shuffling his campaign, sending some staff members from his Baltimore headquarters to Iowa as he tries to climb out of single digits in the polls.
Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley, who plans to “park” in Iowa in coming months, will be redeploying staff there and to other early nominating states, aides said Monday. O’Malley spokeswoman Haley Morris confirmed Monday that the former Maryland governor’s "lean" campaign is shifting resources to the sites of the first contests, something O’Malley hinted at […]
Martin O’Malley’s “financially strapped presidential campaign is reallocating resources to reduce the size of its headquarters staff and focus on the early presidential nominating states, and especially Iowa,” NBC News reports. “The former Maryland governor has been mired in the [...]
DALLAS (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley is shifting staff and resources to Iowa as his campaign struggles to raise money. Morris says the campaign will be pursuing federal matching funds and will "compete vigorously for the nomination."