O'Malley begins campaigning in Baltimore
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) Tuesday made Baltimore the first stop of a whirlwind three-day tour kicking off his re-election campaign, reporter Aaron C. Davis tells us.
Appearing with his family in front of nearly 400 supporters, O'Malley said everything he has done as governor has been to create jobs and "move Maryland forward," and to leave it in better shape for the next generation.
"There are some who will run for office to take Maryland back. I run for office to move Maryland forward. And that is why with Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown at my side, I announce my candidacy to move all of Maryland forward," O'Malley said.
O'Malley rattled off a laundry list of achievements for Maryland schools and heavily touted the state's 35,000 jobs created last month as evidence his administration has done better than those in most other states at weathering the economic downturn.
O'Malley will appear in Prince George's and Waldorf this afternoon, and in Rockville tonight.
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| April 27, 2010; 1:10 PM ET
Categories: Maryland | Tags: Baltimore, Martin O'Malley, Maryland, Politics, Prince George, Prince George's County Maryland
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