Martin O'Malley

Pearson, John
August 2018
Our States: Maryland;8/15/2018, p1
This article focuses on Democratic Mayor of Baltimore, Maryland Martin O'Malley, who was elected in 1999 after serving on the Baltimore City Council since 1990. The biographical information details O'Malley's early life and childhood, as well as how his career path led him into politics. Moving quickly to act on his campaign pledge to fight violent crime, O'Malley helped the city implement the CitiStat program, a computer-based system of tracking city services, including crime and related police response.


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