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With his victory over former Sen. Jim Webb in the Democratic primary race, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) was in a position to be the party’s choice to become the next president. But that doesn’t mean his campaign is done trying to build up his image with voters.
The Democratic National Committee has taken to calling O’Malley, a former mayor of Baltimore, an “O’Malleyville” when he was in office. And the campaign is gearing up for his expected bid for governor.
O’Malley was in Boston at the Aspen Ideas Festival, moderated by the Washington Post editorial board, addressing the subject of presidential candidates. His campaign has worked heavily to make himself a national figure since his surprise surge in the polls after announcing his bid.
O’Malley was asked about a statement he made in January 2015 where he called Bernie Sanders and then-Sen. Elizabeth Warren “crony capitalists.” His campaign says it didn’t make the statement at the time, but the DNC hasn’t forgotten it either.
“That’s not the way forward,” DNC communications director Luis Miranda said Friday at an event. “We’ve already got candidates who will fight to raise the minimum wage. We’ve got candidates who will fight for equal pay and for workers’ rights. There are many more that will be part of the presidential field. They don’t have a monopoly on ideas. But I think this is a conversation we need to have and I’d like to