Martin O'Malley's file:
O'Malley

Democrat from Maryland

Martin O'Malley is the governor of Maryland. Previously, he was the mayor of Baltimore.

Recent statements involving Martin O'Malley

Since 2007, "Texas has gained 440,000 people" while "Maryland has lost 20,000."

President Obama campaign surrogate Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley "acknowledged that we are not better off than we were four years ago."

Says Mitt Romney has put forward a plan "that would cut taxes for millionaires while raising them for the middle class."

"When it comes to what little bit of job creation was happening in Massachusetts (when Mitt Romney was governor), it was happening in the public sector at six times the rate that it was happening in the private sector."

Maryland is "creating jobs at 2 ½ times the rate that Virginia is."

Recent stories featuring Martin O'Malley

Maryland vs. Texas on CNN's “Crossfire”:

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and Texas Gov. Rick Perry argued about jobs and the economy when they appeared together on Crossfire.

Perry, O'Malley spar over whose economy rocks more:

The governors of Texas and Maryland traded factual claims on CNN’s Crossfire.

Democrats on offensive before President Obama’s convention speech:

President Barack Obama makes his case tonight for four more years in office during the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.

Before he takes the stage, PolitiFact, PolitiFact Georgia and the AJC Truth-O-Meter tested a few more claims made this week during the convention by Democratic leaders.

We will continue monitoring speakers throughout the Charlotte gathering, just like we did for the Republicans in Tampa.

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Putting Chris Christie to the test on job creation:

As Chris Christie ponders entering the Republican presidential race, his critics have already begun attacking his record in office. Here we take up two claims about job creation on his watch in New Jersey.

Putting Chris Christie to the test on job creation:

As Chris Christie ponders entering the Republican presidential race, his critics have already begun attacking his record in office. Here we take up two claims about job creation on his watch in New Jersey.

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