BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Former Governor Martin O’Malley has suspended his presidential campaign, according to reports.

He had been coming in a distant third behind Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. He barely registered in the Iowa caucuses and didn’t receive the 15% threshold of caucus-goers needed to be considered viable in most of the state’s precincts.

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In Monday night’s Iowa caucus, he struggled to reach even one percent of the poll.

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In December, FEC filing documents show that he took out a $500,000 loan in order to continue his campaign. Aides told the Washington Post that some of his staffers have been working without pay.

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