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O’Malley Courts House Democrats as Poll Gives Him 7 Percent Support in Maryland

Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley met with the House Democratic Caucus Tuesday morning in an effort to earn more support for his presidential run as he continues to struggle in the polls.

Can a Failed Presidential Bid Still Boost O’Malley’s Career?

Martin O’Malley still isn’t polling well in his quest to become president, but neither were other politicians with similar numbers in past elections who used the race to attain national prominence.

Maryland’s Senate Race Heats Up

Minority whip Kathy Szeliga entered Maryland’s Senate race on Tuesday, but the eye of the public still lies on the Democratic primary.

New Poll Shows Edwards Leading Van Hollen in Senate Race

A new poll shows that Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Fort Washington, leads Rep. Chris Van Hollen, D-Kensington, by 10 percentage points. However, if Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Baltimore, were to enter the race, he would surge to the top of the polls.

Democratic Presidential Debate

Annapolis – Leading democratic presidential candidates are getting ready for the first party debate. Hear what Marylanders are saying about former governor Martin O’Malley and his chances to win the primary election.

O’Malley Didn’t Deliver Break-Out Debate Performance, Analysts Say

Debate does not strengthen his candidacy much, but there’s hope.

Democratic Debate Could Be O’Malley’s Best – and Last – Campaign Shot

O’Malley doesn’t have much support from MD voters, but is looking forward to the debate

Van Hollen and Edwards Battle for Endorsements as Senate Race Heats Up

Rep. Van Hollen has more money and more endorsements, but Rep. Edwards leads the polling. An update on Maryland’s 2016 race for U.S. Senate.

O’Malley’s Push for More Debates Gains Support

For weeks, former-Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has been aggressively pressuring the Democratic National Committee to allow more than six presidential primary debates, a move that gained some traction last week when two top party officials publicly criticized the debate schedule.