In Maryland, 65% say "no" to presidential run by FAS '14 Speaker Martin O'Malley

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley speaking to the crowd during out 2014 Symposium

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley speaking to the crowd during out 2014 Symposium

FAS 2014 Speaker and rumored 2016 Presidential Candidate Governor Martin O'Malley took a hit last week with a POLITICO article that reports Maryland residents overwhelmingly do not want their two-term governor to run for president.

"According to a Goucher poll released Tuesday, 65 percent of those surveyed do not believe the governor should run for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, compared with 19 percent who said they think he should. Nine percent said they didn’t know and 7 percent said it depends."

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