Should Martin O'Malley Be President?

Edwards, Haley Sweetland
May 2013
Washington Monthly;May/Jun2013, Vol. 45 Issue 5/6, p34
The article focuses on Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley. His type of meeting characterized as biweekly, multi-agency, data-driven performance reviews is illustrated with emphasis on the use of data to dissect how government programs work. His positions on a series of bills are presented along with strategies that encourage speculation of him running for president in 2016. His actions for the national limelight are discussed together with his reputation in comparison with other politicians.


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