She’s sending Bill Clinton to Potomac, Md., instead. The Maryland Democratic could be a powerful ally for the Clintons in two years.
“We finally get to really celebrate this momentous achievement!” supporters of the transgender protections law wrote after the repeal fell short.
There have been 335 newspaper articles written this year about the 2016 presidential election, according to Pew Research Center. More of them were about Hillary Clinton than any other potential candidate.
Can you tell me how to get, how to get, to Pennsylvania Avenue?
Even Republican governors, they argue, are focused on successful implementation, not repeal. “A significant shift,” says Martin O’Malley.
“If he only does a half-measure or doesn’t come through, it would be very hard for him to have an excited base,” Radford says.
A new buzzword. After passing bills for gun control, a gas tax, and a death penalty repeal, O’Malley says he’s about results, not liberalism.
While she was at the State Department — and out of politics for four years — Clinton’s party was moving to the left, and fast. “Now that she’s unshackled by the boundaries of her office, she’ll step up to the mic,” says Singer.
After 2012, Democrats are now arguing tax increases can win them votes. “Reaganomics is effectively dead. We’re dealing with Obamanomics now,” says Stanford.
“You do see about a 50-50 split in what states are doing,” says Oklahama’s Republican Governor Mary Fallin. Democrats, largely in support of the measure, acknowledge the costs of putting it in place.
O’Malley, Cuomo, and Biden would all make way, Democratic Whip Steny Hoyer predicts. “I don’t know that anybody would run against Hillary.”
The new chair of the Democratic Governors Association stresses marriage equality and green energy. An endorsement for Cory Booker.
The top three posts at the Democratic Governors Association are set. The group is meeting in Los Angeles for their annual conference to make Vermont’s Shumlin chairman, as O’Malley steps a rung down to focus on 2016.
From early voting to evacuations, Hurricane Sandy could make voting more difficult in several states.
Forget swing voters. Governor Martin O’Malley has no time for “the micro-targeting and the pollsters and the tea leaves and the pixie dust…and all that bullshit.”
The Maryland governor plays the Palin card while other Dem govs pile on.
The Maryland governor suggests Republicans would prefer to secede.
Will this be the closest he gets to the presidency? The Maryland governor’s band, O’Malley’s March, performed at The White House yesterday for Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and President Barack Obama.