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An Open Letter to Wall Street Megabanks

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I’ll finally bring real enforcement and oversight to the federal government—to agencies and departments like the Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, Federal Reserve, Commodity Futures Trading Commission—so that they start doing the job the American people expect them to do and stop sitting on their hands.

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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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U.S. Conference of Mayors, Remarks

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I am running for President of the United States in order to rebuild the American Dream for all Americans, and I intend to rebuild that Dream by rebuilding the hearts of America’s cities.

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A Jobs Agenda for Our Renewable Energy Future

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I believe, within 35 years, our country can and should be 100% powered by clean energy, supported by millions of new jobs.

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Conversations in Iowa

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Announcement Speech

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I declare that I am a candidate for President of the United States.

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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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We are Capable of More

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We are still capable of acting like the compassionate, and generous, and caring people our grandparents expected us to become and that our children need for us to be.

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Debt Free College

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My dad grew up in a country that understood that the more its people learned, the more its people earned.

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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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Governor Martin O’Malley Delivers Remarks at Harvard Kennedy School

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I’ve been asked here tonight to talk about building an economy that works for everyone – and about the better choices we must make, together. I. Land of Opportunity for All Our national character is defined by a powerful idea. The idea that the United States of America offers economic opportunity for all. As Americans, […]

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Prevent another crash, reform Wall Street

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Seven years after the Wall Street meltdown, Americans are still experiencing the fallout.

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Remarks at the Brookings Institution on Data-Driven Governing

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1. Introduction It’s a great honor to be here at Brookings today. The people in this building have done some outstanding research and analysis on government performance, so it’s a pleasure to be here with you to talk about data-driven governing – an issue that is near and dear to my heart. And that’s because […]

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On the Clock, but Underpaid

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The U.S. economy has made significant strides since the depths of the Great Recession, but broad prosperity remains elusive for middle class Americans.

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Johns Hopkins University Foreign Affairs Symposium

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Baltimore, Maryland – February 19, 2014 It’s really great to be with all of you here at Johns Hopkins. It’s wonderful to be asked and invited and it’s a humbling honor to speak with you at the Johns Hopkins Foreign Affairs Symposium. Though as I looked at that title and looked around this room, I […]

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