More than a decade ago, Bill Clinton spotted a political star in the making, someone he predicted would go from a big-city mayor to a national leader — maybe even to the White House. “I won’t be surprised if you go all the way,” Clinton wrote in a 2002 letter to Baltimore’s mayor, Martin O’Malley.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch described what’s happening here as a symbol that highlights so many issues that are part of our national debate.
At a New York fundraiser for her presidential campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton told about 150 donors: “Baltimore is burning.”
O’Malley appeared on Face the Nation Sunday.
Hillary Rodham Clinton jumped back into presidential politics on Sunday, announcing her much-awaited second campaign for the White House. “Everyday Americans need a champion. I want to be that champion,” she said.
Former Governor Martin O’Malley is apparently putting distance between himself and Hillary Clinton for a potential presidential run.
The types of transparency questions surrounding Hillary Rodham Clinton’s use of personal email to conduct business while secretary of state have led in recent years to access fights in state capitals throughout the country.
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley has declined to criticize Hillary Rodham Clinton for her exclusive use of private email while serving as secretary of state.
Hillary Clinton is under fire. The former Secretary of State may have violated federal records laws.
It’s the final push before Maryland’s general election. Larry Hogan and Democrat Anthony Brown have just one more weekend to sway the voters.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is scheduled to come to Maryland to help Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown’s campaign for governor.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is scheduled to appear a fundraiser for Democratic Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, who is running for governor in Maryland.