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Post Forum, O’Malley Earns New, Key South Carolina Endorsements

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Governor O’Malley earned three key South Carolina political endorsements from Trip King, John Moylan, and Former State Representative Ginger Crocker.

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Why we need a constitutional amendment to secure the right to vote

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Millions of Americans who voted in the last election are at risk of being turned away from the polls because of restrictive voting laws that require a photo ID, eliminate early voting, and make it harder to register.

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A Jobs Agenda for our Renewable Energy Future

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We can’t address our climate challenge without ending our reliance on fossil fuels. I would take aggressive executive action and fight for legislation to slash emissions and put our nation on track to be powered by 100% renewable energy within 35 years.

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Tales from the Trail

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Check out recent updates from the trail in Iowa and New Hampshire!

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O’Malley visits Sioux City

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Martin O’Malley visited Sioux City, Iowa this weekend—answered questions and shook hands with supporters.

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Conversations in Iowa

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Immigration As 2016 Issue Upped With Martin O’Malley’s Candidacy

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The heat that immigration has brought to the 2016 presidential campaigns could intensify Saturday with the addition of former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley to the Democratic field.

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Martin O’Malley Attempts a Politics of Moral Duty

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As the positioning begins, O’Malley has two points in his favor: a familiar scenario and a penchant for speaking from the moral high ground.

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Martin O’Malley returns to a Baltimore he barely recognizes

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The O’Malley who drove me through the streets of Baltimore Thursday, though, seemed more like the young guy who shocked Baltimore when he won over its desperate African-American voters in 1999.

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In Harvard remarks, O’Malley stakes out liberal position

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Possible presidential candidate Martin O’Malley offered a tight embrace of liberal economic policies Thursday, backing raising the federal minimum wage to $15 per hour, making it easier for workers to unionize, and expanding Social Security.

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