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Martin O’Malley gets a gig

What is Martin O’Malley, the former Democratic candidate for President going to do since his bid for that high office fell short? Answer: Well, one thing for sure, go back to one of his first loves: Music. O’Malley’s American Irish […]

Martin O’Malley gets a gig

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What is Martin O’Malley, the former Democratic candidate for President going to do since his bid for that high office fell short? Answer: Well, one thing for sure, go back to one of his first loves: Music. O’Malley’s American Irish […]

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Maryland loves Larry Hogan more than Martin O’Malley

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Two-thirds of all voters (67%) in a new poll taken last week approve of the job Gov. Larry Hogan is doing and only 19% disapprove, a higher

Why hasn’t Martin O’Malley dropped out of the presidential race?

Former Maryland Democratic Governor Martin O’Malley’s 2016 Presidential bid has failed to pick up steam. If recent polls are to be believed, only 2% of Democratic voters believe O’Malley should

Why is Martin O’Malley polling so poorly?

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has gotten very positive media reviews after his last two national TV appearances in a forum and debate. But it hasn't helped

Democratic Debate: How did Martin O’Malley do?

By Richard E. Vatz Saturday's Democratic Debate had a few surprises. John Dickerson, who reliably and regularly gives Democrats room to dodge issues and avoid tough questions, pursued his prey considerably.

Martin O’Malley’s Fundraising Report: Five takeaways

Martin O'Malley at the Iowa State Fair in August. (Photo by iprimages with Flickr Creative Commons License) By Jon Banister and Madeleine Deason CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE WASHINGTON - New presidential campaign fundraising

O’Malleys deep into college debt despite high income

By Len Lazarick Len@MarylandReporter.com Former Gov. Martin O’Malley and his wife Katie, a district court judge, have accumulated an astounding $339,000 in college debt for their two daughters for a couple

Why did it take Maryland decades to end overuse of chicken manure?

The Chesapeake Bay just got an important “win,” with Maryland’s agreement to end the spreading of poultry manure across sections of its Eastern Shore. Everyone should be happy about that.

Board of Public Works reluctantly approves costly purchase of Balto. building for Red Line

By Alexis Webb Alexis@MarylandReporter.com The Board of Public Works Wednesday reluctantly approved buying a downtown Baltimore building for more than twice its appraised value because the site is needed to construct

If Hillary does not run, Martin O’Malley will be the next Democratic nominee

Despite some wishful thinking ("she's sick/she doesn't want to run") from my fellow conservatives, every credible source indicates that Hillary Clinton will run for the presidency and, in all

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