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O'Malley spoke at the Democratic National Convention , arguing that Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry was a better choice for homeland security than President George W.

That statistic came from an audit of crime that used questionable methodology and became the subject of controversy; he was accused by both his Democratic primary opponent Doug Duncan and his Republican opponent, incumbent Governor Bob Ehrlich , of manipulating statistics to make false claims.

The Washington Post wrote at the time that "no evidence has surfaced of a systemic manipulation of crime statistics," but that "there is no quick or definitive way for O'Malley to prove his numbers are right.

O'Malley and his wife had previously held a highly publicized press conference to deny the rumors and accuse Republicans of partisan politics, although discussions in which Steffen posted the rumors were initiated by an anonymous user under the pseudonym "MD4Bush" who was later found to be Maryland Democratic Party official Ryan O'Doherty.

During a conference at the National Press Club , where mayors from across the U. They did that because they knew that was where they could do the most damage and weaken us the most.

Years later, we are given a budget proposal by our commander in chief. And with a budget ax, he is attacking America's cities.

He is attacking our metropolitan core. Business Week declared that O'Malley "has become the Party's go-to guy on protecting the homeland.

O'Malley considered a run for governor in the election but decided not to run. In October , after much speculation, he officially announced he would run in the election.

He selected Delegate Anthony G. Brown of Prince George's County as his running mate for lieutenant governor. The Baltimore Sun endorsed O'Malley, saying: "When he was first elected mayor in , the former two-term city councilman inherited a city of rising crime, failing schools, and shrinking economic prospects.

He was able to reverse course in all of these areas. Major land developer Edward St. John's properties. Governor O'Malley's spokesman said there was no " quid pro quo ," and a spokesman for the County Executive said the project had been a county transportation priority since before both O'Malley and the executive were elected.

In , O'Malley announced his intention to run for re-election while Ehrlich announced he would also run, setting up a rematch of His future rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton , said in a private email at the time that "he should be reelected by acclamation for steering the ship of state so well.

Through his strenuous lobbying, the measure was revived after an initial defeat and passed on a second vote. One of O'Malley's first actions as governor was to implement the same CitiStat system he used to manage the city Baltimore as mayor on a statewide level.

Maryland StateStat was first tried in by a few public safety and human services agencies. In , he launched Maryland's Open Data Portal- StateStat, which used the data in the Portal to track progress towards his 16 strategic goals.

As one of the few states at the time linking progress directly to open data, Maryland led the nation in government transparency and accountability.

O'Malley was elected as the vice chairman of the Democratic Governors Association for —, and on December 1, , he was elected chairman for — Soon after entering office, O'Malley closed the Maryland House of Correction in Jessup , a notoriously violent maximum-security prison.

In a debate during the campaign, O'Malley referred to undocumented immigrants as "new Americans" while endorsing stricter enforcement against undocumented immigration by the federal government.

During the crisis involving undocumented immigrant children from Central America crossing the border, O'Malley refused to open a facility in Westminster, Maryland, to house them.

The White House criticized his decision as hypocritical given his prior comments that he thought deporting all these children was wrong, but he protested that his remarks had been mischaracterized.

O'Malley supported a bill considered by the General Assembly to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland, even though Archbishop of Baltimore Edwin O'Brien had urged him as a Catholic not to support the bill in a private letter sent two days before O'Malley voiced his support.

But on the public issue of granting equal civil marital rights to same-sex couples, you and I disagree. The Maryland House of Delegates approved this bill by 72—67 on February 17, [64] and the Maryland State Senate passed it by a 25—22 margin on February In , O'Malley signed a bill to ban the practice of shark finning in Maryland, making it the sixth U.

The signature of this bill made Maryland the first East Coast state to make it illegal to possess, sell, trade or distribute shark fins.

O'Malley opposed a lawsuit filed by the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic against Perdue Farms , a poultry agribusiness corporation based in Maryland.

The lawsuit accused Perdue of allowing run-off phosphorus pollution from one of its contact farms into Chesapeake Bay. Also in , O'Malley approved the practice of hydraulic fracturing , or "fracking," in western Maryland but only on condition of tight regulations.

He had previously blocked the technique from the region for three years, awaiting the report from the Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission on the risks and benefits of this controversial procedure.

In December O'Malley issued an executive order to drive a Zero-Waste future for Maryland, [75] but the plan was later cancelled by O'Malley's successor Larry Hogan in "in response to complaints from local governments.

O'Malley, a long-time opponent of capital punishment , [77] signed a bill on May 2, , that repealed capital punishment in Maryland for all future offenders.

O'Malley supported gun control in his second term. O'Malley is pro-choice and believes abortion should be legal without government interference until the time in pregnancy when the fetus might survive outside the womb.

In Maryland fetus viability is defined as when, in a doctor's best medical judgment, there is a reasonable likelihood of the fetus' sustained survival outside the womb, which on average is weeks.

After O'Malley stood in for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a Democratic campaign event on June 2, in New Hampshire , delegate Tony O'Donnell said in response, "It's the worst-kept secret in Maryland that the governor has national ambitions.

Speculation about O'Malley's plans was further fueled by his high profile at the Democratic National Convention , where he was given a prime-time speaking slot on the second night and spoke to delegations from several states including Iowa , where the first presidential caucuses are held in election years, and Ohio , a key swing state in recent presidential elections.

Senator Ben Cardin and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman praised his speech, with Ulman saying, "To borrow a catchphrase from his address, his career is moving forward, not back.

O'Malley publicly expressed interest in a presidential run in on multiple occasions. At a press conference in Milwaukee , Wisconsin and at a National Governors Association meeting in August , he admitted he was laying "the framework" for a presidential run.

After months of consideration, O'Malley indicated on Twitter that he would announce his candidacy on May 30, , at Baltimore's historic Federal Hill Park , overlooking the city's picturesque downtown skyline and the Inner Harbor.

On February 1, , after performing poorly in the Iowa caucuses , however, he suspended his campaign, receiving only 0. After suspending his campaign, the former Maryland governor gave a speech, saying:.

Tonight, I have to tell you that I am suspending this Presidential bid. But I am not ending this fight.

Our country is worth saving, the American dream is worth saving, and this planet is worth saving. So as we march forward to the fall, let us all resolve together that the love, the generosity, the compassion and the commitment of this campaign will continue to point our country forward.

He was appointed chairman of the advisory committee and made a senior fellow. He later withdrew interest after Minnesota representative Keith Ellison received the endorsements of several major Democratic figures.

O'Malley met his wife, the former Catherine "Katie" Curran , in while they were both in law school. At the time, he was working on Barbara Mikulski 's U.

Senate campaign and she was working on her father J. Joseph Curran, Jr. They were married in and are the parents of four children, Grace, Tara, William and Jack.

O'Malley has said that he grew up surrounded by Irish music. In , he founded the Baltimore -based Celtic rock band "O'Malley's March", [] in which he is still the lead singer and plays acoustic guitar and penny whistle.

During O'Malley's mayoralty he wrote and performed a number of songs celebrating his adopted city and its strong Irish heritage. As the bicentennial of the War of approached in , while still Governor as he and his compatriots celebrated the British defeat in the "Battle for Baltimore" and other musical numbers at a stirring concert in Patterson Park in East Baltimore on the anniversary of the land and sea attack on Defenders' Day in September O'Malley appeared in the film Ladder 49 as himself.

O'Malley is a War of buff. History Channel 's documentary First Invasion: The War of featured him in a segment regarding the British attack on Baltimore in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

American politician. For the Canadian journalist and writer, see Martin O'Malley journalist. Katie Curran.

Further information: Baltimore mayoral election. Main articles: Maryland gubernatorial election and Maryland gubernatorial election.

Further information: Same-sex marriage in Maryland. Voters in Maine and Maryland vote for marriage equality. Main article: Martin O'Malley presidential campaign.

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Southern Maryland Online. Retrieved November 7, Maryland State Archives. O'Malley's March. Retrieved August 29, Our Campaigns.

Maryland State Board of Elections. June 14, The Guardian. Retrieved March 21, Office of Governor Martin O'Malley. Archived from the original on December 26, Retrieved April 17, Baltimore Sun.

Retrieved July 27, The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved November 30, City Paper. Archived from the original on May 2, Baltimore Afro-American.

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In late , he volunteered to go to Iowa where he phone-banked, organized volunteers, played guitar and sang at small fundraisers and other events.

Representative Congresswoman in the Third Congressional District, Barbara Mikulski as state field director for her successful primary and general election campaigns for the U.

He served as a legislative fellow in Mikulski's Senate office in and Later that year, he was hired as an assistant State's Attorney for the City of Baltimore , holding that position until He challenged one-term incumbent John A.

Pica in the Democratic Party primary, and lost by just 44 votes. Eventually he lost when the absentee ballots were later counted. As councilman, he served as chairman of the Legislative Investigations Committee and chairman of the Taxation and Finance Committee.

O'Malley announced his decision to run for Mayor of Baltimore in , after incumbent Kurt Schmoke decided not to seek re-election to a third term.

In , O'Malley ran for re-election. During his first mayoral campaign, O'Malley focused on a message of reducing crime.

In his first year in office, he adopted a statistics-based tracking system called "CitiStat", modeled after Compstat , a crime-management program first employed in the mids in New York City.

The system logged every call for service into a database for analysis. The Washington Post wrote in that Baltimore's "homicide rate remains stubbornly high and its public school test scores disappointingly low.

Mayor Adrian Fenty [27] but even crime specialists from Britain. His record as mayor of Baltimore has drawn criticism. O'Malley has been accused by many of establishing a zero-tolerance policing strategy, aimed at reducing the city's high murder rate but that instead led to the targeting and abuse of black communities.

O'Malley spoke at the Democratic National Convention , arguing that Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry was a better choice for homeland security than President George W.

That statistic came from an audit of crime that used questionable methodology and became the subject of controversy; he was accused by both his Democratic primary opponent Doug Duncan and his Republican opponent, incumbent Governor Bob Ehrlich , of manipulating statistics to make false claims.

The Washington Post wrote at the time that "no evidence has surfaced of a systemic manipulation of crime statistics," but that "there is no quick or definitive way for O'Malley to prove his numbers are right.

O'Malley and his wife had previously held a highly publicized press conference to deny the rumors and accuse Republicans of partisan politics, although discussions in which Steffen posted the rumors were initiated by an anonymous user under the pseudonym "MD4Bush" who was later found to be Maryland Democratic Party official Ryan O'Doherty.

During a conference at the National Press Club , where mayors from across the U. They did that because they knew that was where they could do the most damage and weaken us the most.

Years later, we are given a budget proposal by our commander in chief. And with a budget ax, he is attacking America's cities.

He is attacking our metropolitan core. Business Week declared that O'Malley "has become the Party's go-to guy on protecting the homeland.

O'Malley considered a run for governor in the election but decided not to run. In October , after much speculation, he officially announced he would run in the election.

He selected Delegate Anthony G. Brown of Prince George's County as his running mate for lieutenant governor.

The Baltimore Sun endorsed O'Malley, saying: "When he was first elected mayor in , the former two-term city councilman inherited a city of rising crime, failing schools, and shrinking economic prospects.

He was able to reverse course in all of these areas. Major land developer Edward St. John's properties. Governor O'Malley's spokesman said there was no " quid pro quo ," and a spokesman for the County Executive said the project had been a county transportation priority since before both O'Malley and the executive were elected.

In , O'Malley announced his intention to run for re-election while Ehrlich announced he would also run, setting up a rematch of His future rival for the Democratic presidential nomination, Hillary Clinton , said in a private email at the time that "he should be reelected by acclamation for steering the ship of state so well.

Through his strenuous lobbying, the measure was revived after an initial defeat and passed on a second vote.

One of O'Malley's first actions as governor was to implement the same CitiStat system he used to manage the city Baltimore as mayor on a statewide level.

Maryland StateStat was first tried in by a few public safety and human services agencies. In , he launched Maryland's Open Data Portal- StateStat, which used the data in the Portal to track progress towards his 16 strategic goals.

As one of the few states at the time linking progress directly to open data, Maryland led the nation in government transparency and accountability.

O'Malley was elected as the vice chairman of the Democratic Governors Association for —, and on December 1, , he was elected chairman for — Soon after entering office, O'Malley closed the Maryland House of Correction in Jessup , a notoriously violent maximum-security prison.

In a debate during the campaign, O'Malley referred to undocumented immigrants as "new Americans" while endorsing stricter enforcement against undocumented immigration by the federal government.

During the crisis involving undocumented immigrant children from Central America crossing the border, O'Malley refused to open a facility in Westminster, Maryland, to house them.

The White House criticized his decision as hypocritical given his prior comments that he thought deporting all these children was wrong, but he protested that his remarks had been mischaracterized.

O'Malley supported a bill considered by the General Assembly to legalize same-sex marriage in Maryland, even though Archbishop of Baltimore Edwin O'Brien had urged him as a Catholic not to support the bill in a private letter sent two days before O'Malley voiced his support.

But on the public issue of granting equal civil marital rights to same-sex couples, you and I disagree. The Maryland House of Delegates approved this bill by 72—67 on February 17, [64] and the Maryland State Senate passed it by a 25—22 margin on February In , O'Malley signed a bill to ban the practice of shark finning in Maryland, making it the sixth U.

The signature of this bill made Maryland the first East Coast state to make it illegal to possess, sell, trade or distribute shark fins.

O'Malley opposed a lawsuit filed by the University of Maryland Environmental Law Clinic against Perdue Farms , a poultry agribusiness corporation based in Maryland.

The lawsuit accused Perdue of allowing run-off phosphorus pollution from one of its contact farms into Chesapeake Bay. Also in , O'Malley approved the practice of hydraulic fracturing , or "fracking," in western Maryland but only on condition of tight regulations.

He had previously blocked the technique from the region for three years, awaiting the report from the Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission on the risks and benefits of this controversial procedure.

In December O'Malley issued an executive order to drive a Zero-Waste future for Maryland, [75] but the plan was later cancelled by O'Malley's successor Larry Hogan in "in response to complaints from local governments.

O'Malley, a long-time opponent of capital punishment , [77] signed a bill on May 2, , that repealed capital punishment in Maryland for all future offenders.

O'Malley supported gun control in his second term. O'Malley is pro-choice and believes abortion should be legal without government interference until the time in pregnancy when the fetus might survive outside the womb.

In Maryland fetus viability is defined as when, in a doctor's best medical judgment, there is a reasonable likelihood of the fetus' sustained survival outside the womb, which on average is weeks.

After O'Malley stood in for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a Democratic campaign event on June 2, in New Hampshire , delegate Tony O'Donnell said in response, "It's the worst-kept secret in Maryland that the governor has national ambitions.

Speculation about O'Malley's plans was further fueled by his high profile at the Democratic National Convention , where he was given a prime-time speaking slot on the second night and spoke to delegations from several states including Iowa , where the first presidential caucuses are held in election years, and Ohio , a key swing state in recent presidential elections.

Senator Ben Cardin and Howard County Executive Ken Ulman praised his speech, with Ulman saying, "To borrow a catchphrase from his address, his career is moving forward, not back.

O'Malley publicly expressed interest in a presidential run in on multiple occasions. At a press conference in Milwaukee , Wisconsin and at a National Governors Association meeting in August , he admitted he was laying "the framework" for a presidential run.

After months of consideration, O'Malley indicated on Twitter that he would announce his candidacy on May 30, , at Baltimore's historic Federal Hill Park , overlooking the city's picturesque downtown skyline and the Inner Harbor.

On February 1, , after performing poorly in the Iowa caucuses , however, he suspended his campaign, receiving only 0.

After suspending his campaign, the former Maryland governor gave a speech, saying:. Tonight, I have to tell you that I am suspending this Presidential bid.

But I am not ending this fight. Our country is worth saving, the American dream is worth saving, and this planet is worth saving.

So as we march forward to the fall, let us all resolve together that the love, the generosity, the compassion and the commitment of this campaign will continue to point our country forward.

He was appointed chairman of the advisory committee and made a senior fellow. He later withdrew interest after Minnesota representative Keith Ellison received the endorsements of several major Democratic figures.

O'Malley met his wife, the former Catherine "Katie" Curran , in while they were both in law school. At the time, he was working on Barbara Mikulski 's U.

Senate campaign and she was working on her father J. Joseph Curran, Jr. They were married in and are the parents of four children, Grace, Tara, William and Jack.

O'Malley has said that he grew up surrounded by Irish music. In , he founded the Baltimore -based Celtic rock band "O'Malley's March", [] in which he is still the lead singer and plays acoustic guitar and penny whistle.

During O'Malley's mayoralty he wrote and performed a number of songs celebrating his adopted city and its strong Irish heritage. As the bicentennial of the War of approached in , while still Governor as he and his compatriots celebrated the British defeat in the "Battle for Baltimore" and other musical numbers at a stirring concert in Patterson Park in East Baltimore on the anniversary of the land and sea attack on Defenders' Day in September O'Malley appeared in the film Ladder 49 as himself.

O'Malley is a War of buff. History Channel 's documentary First Invasion: The War of featured him in a segment regarding the British attack on Baltimore in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

American politician. For the Canadian journalist and writer, see Martin O'Malley journalist. Katie Curran. Further information: Baltimore mayoral election.

Main articles: Maryland gubernatorial election and Maryland gubernatorial election. Further information: Same-sex marriage in Maryland.

Voters in Maine and Maryland vote for marriage equality. Main article: Martin O'Malley presidential campaign. Tufaro 9, 9. Ireland portal Maryland portal Rock music portal.

Maryland State Government. Retrieved 11 September O'Malley, Governor of Maryland". Retrieved February 6, The Washington Post.

January 6, Retrieved September 3, Cois Coiribe. Retrieved September 9, Washington Post. March 17, Retrieved 10 August October 31, Capital News Service.

Southern Maryland Online. Retrieved November 7, Maryland State Archives. O'Malley's March. Retrieved August 29, Our Campaigns.

Maryland State Board of Elections. June 14, The Guardian. Retrieved March 21, Office of Governor Martin O'Malley.

Archived from the original on December 26, Retrieved April 17, Baltimore Sun. Retrieved July 27, The Baltimore Sun. Retrieved November 30, City Paper.

Archived from the original on May 2, Baltimore Afro-American. Los Angeles Times. September 15, Retrieved November 19, Archived from the original on November 14, John F.

Kennedy School of Government. Retrieved September 10, The Marshall Project. Bernard Francis Law. Obispo de Palm Beach. Gerald Michael Barbarito.

Obispo de Fall River. Daniel Anthony Cronin. George William Coleman. Orden de los Hermanos Menores Capuchinos. Predecesor: Edward John Harper.

Obispo de St. Thomas Sucesor: Elliot Griffin Thomas. Predecesor: Daniel Anthony Cronin. Obispo de Fall River Sucesor: George William Coleman.

Predecesor: Anthony Joseph O'Connell.

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