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V.I.P. Guest Did More Than Just Show Up at Dinner in Iowa

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DES MOINES, Iowa – Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley had a busy travel schedule during his weekend in Iowa. He attended the Iowa Democratic Party’s Hall Of Fame Dinner, spoke at the party’s state convention, campaigned for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jack Hatch in four Iowa towns and even stopped by a bar in Cedar Rapids called O’Malley’s Pub.

The extensive travel schedule will only heighten talk that O’Malley could be positioning himself as an alternative to former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who Iowa activists believe will almost certainly running for president in 2016.

O’Malley already released a campaign-style video of his Iowa stops.

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  • Somerset

    O’Malley is an extreme liberal in the style of Nancy Pelosi. Let him campaign and raise all the speculation he wants–let’s just pray that Democrat voters wake up and quit voting for socialists. If not, well then I guess the people get what they deserve.

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