O'Malley to accuse GOP of fiscal irresponsibility in Richmond speech
Washington Post staff writer John Wagner reports that Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) will employ some familiar themes with a partisan edge Saturday as he heads to Virginia to deliver the keynote address at the state Democratic Party's annual Jefferson-Jackson dinner in Richmond.
In the speech, one of his first since ascending to chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, O"Malley will repeat a call from his State of the State address in Maryland to continue to make investments in priorities such as education and infrastructure while governing in a fiscally responsible way. And he plans a few shots at his Republican counterparts, which will echo criticism O'Malley has leveled at New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R).
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