Democratic presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley’s campaign announced endorsements Tuesday by 17 Iowans, including county party chairs, legislators and a former congressman.
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Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley argued to Iowans on Saturday that his bid for the White House is still running strong, despite his low standing in polls.
Former Maryland Governor and Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley called for the United States to accept 65,000 Syrian refugees by the end of 2016, his campaign said in an emailed statement Friday.
AMES, Iowa—In Midwestern cities a three-and-a-half-hour drive from each other, Carly Fiorina and Martin O’Malley spent Friday decrying the same villain: their party establishment.
MINNEAPOLIS – Martin O’Malley had one clear chance to make waves within the Democratic National Committee, and he seized it, delivering a fiery speech Friday that condemned his party’s leadership for what he called a process “rigged” to help Hillary Rodham Clinton — namely, curtailing the number of presidential primary debates.
Democrat Martin O’Malley, the former Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor, tried to address criminal-justice reform two weeks ago to the liberal Netroots Nation conference. But he effectively got heckled off stage by “Black lives matter” protesters — and later had to apologize for responding to them that “All lives matter.” Needless to say, he was unable to make his points that day.
Former Md. Gov. Martin O’Malley, speaking at National Urban League conference, outlines criminal justice proposals he would enact as president, incl. job training in federal prisons, expanding drug treatment, financing body and cruiser cameras for police departments.
Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton revealed her initial plan for addressing climate change while campaigning in Iowa on Sunday, saying that those who don’t acknowledge the issue are “just not paying attention.”
When it comes to 2016 endorsements, House Democrats were, until just a couple of days ago, divided into two camps : Those who had publicly endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton for president and those who hadn’t.
The former Maryland governor serenaded supporters with a guitar performance.