About O’Say Can You See PAC

In 1814, with Washington ablaze and America’s future hanging in the balance, Francis Scott Key penned our national anthem in Baltimore, “O’ Say Can You See.”

Maryland is the original land of the free and home of the brave.  It is the birthplace of the Star Spangled Banner — the place where, 200 years ago, the people of Baltimore faced down the shock and awe force of the British Army and Navy to save our country. The hands that stitched together our flag which inspired the Star Spangled Banner – in anticipation of that awesome bombardment – were black and white hands, hands of freedom, hands of bondage, of a still very imperfect country that was still evolving and growing. The common thread that held our Stars and Stripes together then, as now, was the thread of human dignity – the dignity of home, the dignity of work, the dignity of neighbors helping and protecting neighbors, the dignity of every individual.

Today the challenges are different but our goals remain the same – to expand opportunity, to protect our quality of life, and to move our country
forward.

Martin O’Malley – former Mayor of Baltimore and second term Governor of Maryland – established the O’Say Can You See Political Action Committee  to support our efforts to move forward, together.

Forward with greater job creation.  Forward with more opportunity for more people. Forward with safer streets and more secure neighborhoods.

Forward by strengthening public education, unleashing innovation, and making college more affordable for more families.  Forward by protecting our environment and harnessing the power and potential of green energy.   Forward for the future we share and the families who work hard every day to make a stronger future possible.

Forward.

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