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Gov. O’Malley Believed To Be Attempting To Determine Whether Or Not To Run For President

May 19th, 2014 by WCBC Radio

Although more than seven months remain in office for Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, he has resided over his final session of the General Assembly and last week participated in his final bill signing ceremony. Most political insiders believe O’Malley will spend much of the next several months attempting to determine whether or not he can muster a legitimate attempt to make a run at the White House in 2016. If that answer is no, he figures to map out an exit strategy that will serve as a transition into whatever he sees as the next phase of public life. His legacy will most certainly be viewed as one of the more liberal and progressive in the state. House Speaker Michael Busch at a press conference said that issues ranging from a hike in minimum wage, to legalizing same sex marriage, implementing immigration reform and strict gun control measures over the past seven years puts Maryland well ahead of many states- and O’Malley deserves credit for his leadership…





 

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