WASHINGTON (AP) — Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley says the country needs new perspectives, and he’s criticizing the prospects of another Clinton and Bush seeking the White House again.

The former Maryland governor tells ABC’s “This Week” that the presidency is “not some crown to be passed between two families.”

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He also questions whether former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton would take on special interests.

Clinton is a likely presidential candidate and would be the strong favorite for the Democratic nomination.

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O’Malley says he’ll decide this spring whether he’ll run.

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is a likely contender on the Republican side.

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