Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Martin J. O'Malley
MSA SC 3520-13090


Newspaper articles -

"The Two Lives of Martin O'Malley." The Baltimore Sun, 18 May 1997.

"Will O'Malley stop the music?" The Baltimore Sun, 28 November 1999.

"It's Code Green for the new mayor." The Baltimore Sun, 18 March 2000.

"O'Malley finds much to marvel at in N. Ireland." The Baltimore Sun, 14 December 2000.

"O'Malley gets pension change." The Capital, 17 December 2001.

"O'Malley criticizes feds over crime." The Capital, 20 December 2001.

"O'Malley cancels plans for bus terminal." The Capital, 26 December 2001.

"O'Malley seeking justice proposals." The Capital, 30 December 2001.

"O'Malley again lowers murder rate goal." The Capital, 2 January 2002.

"Mayor not excused from duty on jury." The Baltimore Sun, 4 January 2002.

"O'Malley not charmed by Web site." The Capital, 14 January 2002.

"Mayor fights to keep drug money." The Capital, 24 February 2002.

"Baltimore City to launch anti-drug advertising campaign."  The Daily Record, 5 April 2002.

"Mayor flooded with funds and opinions on his future." The Baltimore Sun, 18 April 2002.

"O'Malley Plays as Maryland Guesses." The Washington Post, 5 May 2002.

"Financial backers prefer O'Malley stay in Baltimore." The Baltimore Sun, 30 May 2002.

"O'Malley, backers offer hints, but no answers." The Baltimore Sun, 31 May 2002.

"O'Malley won't run." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 2002.        Text of O'Malley's statement

"Firm answer gives rise to new questions." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 2002.

"City residents take O'Malley's decision to stay personally." The Baltimore Sun, 6 June 2002.

"O'Malley Says He Won't Run For Governor." The Washington Post, 6 June 2002.

"Decision to shun state run frees mayor's inner wonk." The Baltimore Sun, 9 June 2002.

"Fourth child born to city's first family - it's a boy!" The Baltimore Sun, 5 October 2002.

Pelton, Tom. "O'Malley featured on cover of this month's 'Esquire'." The Baltimore Sun, 3 November 2002.

Olesker, Michael. "No regrets for O'Malley." The Baltimore Sun, 5 November 2002.

"O'Malley finds a confidant in a predecessor." The Baltimore Sun, 3 December 2002.

"O'Malley meets the moderates." The Baltimore Sun, 4 December 2002.

"O'Malley's March Against Time." The Baltimore Sun, 18 January 2003.

"O'Malley delivers rebuttal to president's radio address." The Baltimore Sun, 26 January 2003.

"Mayor O'Malley's star turn." The Baltimore Sun, 30 May 2003.

"Mayor set to announce re-election bid today." The Baltimore Sun, 23 June 2003.

"Mayor puts his record on the line." The Baltimore Sun, 24 June 2003.

"O'Malley Will Seek 2nd Term as Baltimore Mayor." The Washington Post, 24 June 2003.

"A Charmed City Dubious of Change." The Washington Post, 7 September 2003.

"O'Malley and Dixon win big." The Baltimore Sun, 10 September 2003.

"O'Malley's overwhelming victory hints at statewide potential." The Baltimore Sun, 10 September 2003.

"Baltimore's O'Malley Triumphs In Primary." The Washington Post, 10 September 2003.

"Mayor puts feelings about city to music." The Baltimore Sun, 26 September 2003.

"O'Malley takes his message to Britain." The Baltimore Sun, 15 October 2003.

"E-mail device has mayor wired." The Baltimore Sun, 5 January 2004.

"O'Malley leads off Democratic response to Bush's Midwest campaign." The Baltimore Sun, 4 May 2004.

"O'Malley, his band marching to Ireland." The Baltimore Sun, 10 July 2004.
"Mayor asked to speak in Boston." The Baltimore Sun, 14 July 2004.

"O'Malley savors the spotlight." The Baltimore Sun, 28 July 2004.

"Duncan, O'Malley Making the Most of Boston." The Washington Post, 28 July 2004.

"O'Malley's speech doesn't go far." The Baltimore Sun, 29 July 2004.

"O'Malley takes office for second term." The Baltimore Sun, 8 December 2004.

"'Our Work Is Not Done,' O'Malley Says." The Washington Post, 8 December 2004.

"O'Malley takes in a city 'at war'." The Baltimore Sun, 12 January 2005.

Editorial "Baltimore's Muscle Man." The Washington Post, 13 March 2005.

"The March comes to an end." The Baltimore Sun, 16 March 2005.

"O'Malley's Onstage Swan Song." The Washington Post, 19 March 2005.

"Rock and politics take center stage." The Baltimore Sun, 21 March 2005.

"Magazine names O'Malley to list of best mayors." The Baltimore Sun, 18 April 2005.

"O'Malley looks to future, Ehrlich eyes votes still out." The Baltimore Sun, 8 November 2006.

"Cardin, O'Malley Win in Statewide Democratic Wave." The Washington Post, 8 November 2006.

"O'Malley faces two swift transitions." The Baltimore Sun, 9 November 2006.

"O'Malley Reaches Out to Assembly and Washington Suburbs." The Washington Post, 9 November 2006.

"O'Malley introduces his transition team." The Baltimore Sun, 17 November 2006.

"O'Malley answers the call of jury duty." The Baltimore Sun, 28 November 2006.

"O'Malley Reports for Duty, But as Juror, Not Governor." The Washington Post, 28 November 2006.

"O'Malleys' new life is a tale of two cities." The Baltimore Sun, 6 January 2007.

"O'Malley to Travel State To Thank His Supporters." The Washington Post, 6 January 2007.

"O'Malley at swearing-in calls for unity." The Washington Times, 18 January 2007.

"Treadmill run sidelines O'Malley." The Baltmore Sun, 12 June 2007.

"Governor presents a modest wish list." The Baltimore Sun, 24 January 2008.

Other sources -

Mayorial Inaugural Address, 7 December 1999

Mayorial Inaugural Address, 7 December 2004

Gubernatorial Inauguration Ceremony Program, 17 January 2007

Gubernatorial Inaugural Address, 17 January 2007

State of the State Address, 31 January 2007

State of the State Address, 23 January 2008

State of the State Address, 29 January 2009

State of the State Address, 2 February 2010

Gubernatorial Inaugural Address, 19 January 2011

State of the State Address, 3 February 2011

Web sources -

Maryland Manual On-Line biography

Return to Martin O'Malley's Introductory Page

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