Several years after an ill-fated bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, former Baltimore Mayor and Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley announced today that he won’t be running for president again, after all.
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By Peter Arnold
A policymaker in city and state political circles for the past three decades, Israel C. “Izzy” Patoka will soon launch his campaign bid for Baltimore County Council for the 2nd District. The Baltimore native is director of community development for LifeBridge Health.
J.D. Merrill, Former School Administrator and Son-In-Law of Martin O’Malley, Launches State Senate Campaign
J.D. Merrill, a former special assistant to the chief of staff in Baltimore City Public Schools and former city schools teacher, today launched a campaign for the State Senate in District 41.
Baltimore’s favorite Democratic politician hasn’t abandoned his presidential aspirations.
In just a couple weeks, you’ll be seeing parades of green, Irish flags and maybe even green beer on tap at bars as Americans gather to celebrate their Irish heritage on St. Patrick’s Day. Down in D.C., Donald Trump plans to follow presidential tradition by hosting the Irish prime minister and Irish-American members of Congress at a St. Patrick’s Day ceremony. But if former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has his way, Trump’s ceremonial bash will see record low turnout of elected officials.
Martin O’Malley took to the internet to explain what he views as poor logic behind criticism directed at the United States’ so-called sanctuary jurisdictions.
Both of Maryland’s most recent ex-governors have made headlines this week for news relating to top political positions. The first was Martin O’Malley, who today removed himself from contention to lead the Democratic Party. The second was his predecessor, Republican Bob Ehrlich, whose name has popped up in coverage of President-elect Donald Trump gradually forming cabinet.
Ex-Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor Martin O’Malley has reversed course within a week, deciding today to withdraw himself from consideration to lead the Democratic Party.