'Martin O'Malley
48th Vice President of the United States
In office:
January 20th, 2017 - January 20th, 2021
President:Hillary Clinton
Preceded by: Joe Biden
Succeeded by: Marco Rubio
61th Governor Of Maryland
In office:
January 17, 2007 - January 21, 2015
Lieutenant: Anthony Brown
Preceded by: Bob Ehrilich
Succeeded by: Larry Hogan
47th Mayor Of Baltimore
In office:
December 7, 1999 – January 17, 2007
Preceded by: Kurt Schmoke
Succeeded by: Shelia Dixon
Born:October 26, 1947
Chicago, Illinois
Nationality: American
Political party: Democratic
Spouse: Katie Curren
Children: 4
Alma mater: The Catholic University of America
University of Maryland
Occupation: Lawyer, Politician
Religion: United Methodist Church

Martin O'Malley was vice-president of the United States, governor of Maryland, & mayor of Baltimore


Martin O'Mally was governor from 2007-2015. He served two terms before being term-limited. He left with a high approval rating. In 2014, he endorsed his lieutenant governor in hopes that he would succeed him. However, he lost in the general election.

2016 ElectionEdit

Shortly after leaving as governor, Martin O'Malley announced his campaign for President. Although he was respected amongst Democrats, he was no match for Hillary Clinton. However, after winning the nomination, Clinton announced he would be her running mate. Clinton/O'Malley narrowly beat Jeb Bush & Ben Carson.

Vice PresidentEdit

Martin O'Malley was inaugurated as Vice President in 2017. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton became extremely unpopular as many issues arose in the Middle East & the economy sank into the Second Great Depression.

2020 ElectionEdit

Scott Walker & his running mate, Marco Rubio challenged them. As did Independent Donald Trump. Many believed that O'Malley won the debate against Rubio. However, Clinton & O'Malley were easily defeated.

2024 ElectionEdit

Martin O'Malley ran for president yet again in 2024 against incumbent President Scott Walker. Other candidates in the primary included Former National Security Advisor Cory Booker of New Jersey, Senator Elizabeth Warren, Former Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York & U.S. Representative Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona. O'Malley narrowly beat them for the nomination. His running mate was Senator John Schlossberg, the grandson of former President [John F. Kennedy (Ultimate America)|John F. Kennedy]] making him the youngest vice presidential nominee in American history. O'Malley lost in the biggest landslide since 1984.

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