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Governor Martin O’Malley Highlights “Better Choices, Better Results” in 2013 State of the State Address, January 30th, 2013

ANNAPOLIS, MD  – Governor Martin O’Malley today delivered his seventh State of the State address before members of the Maryland General Assembly, invited guests, and the citizens of Maryland.  In his address, Governor O’Malley focused on the better choices made to achieve better results for our job creation, Maryland schools, and a strong and growing middle  Read the Rest…

Governor Martin O’Malley State of the State Address Key Excerpts, January 30th, 2013

Better Choices; Better Results Excerpts From Governor Martin O’Malley’s 2013 State of the State Address ANNAPOLIS, MD  - Today, Governor Martin O’Malley will deliver his annual State of the State address. Below are some key excerpts of the Governor’s remarks as prepared for delivery: Progress is a choice.  Job creation is a choice. Whether we  Read the Rest…

Second Opinions, February 6th, 2012

By Raquel Guillory, Director of Communications Last week Governor O’Malley delivered the State of the State address where he laid out a clear vision for the future of our State focused on job creation, strengthening our middle class, and the dignity of every Maryland family and individual. The Governor’s plan balances record cuts–$7.5 billion over  Read the Rest…

State of the State Address, February 1st, 2012

[ View PDF version ] Thank you all very much. Let me begin by thanking God for the goodness of Maryland – for her natural beauty, for the goodness of her people, for the hope we see in the eyes of each of our children. Let me also begin by thanking the men and women of  Read the Rest…

State of the State Preview, February 1st, 2012

By Raquel Guillory, Director of Communications In a few minutes, the Governor will deliver his annual State of the State Address where he’ll lay out his balanced plan and vision to move our State forward. We wanted to give you a sneak peek of   Read the Rest...

Governor Martin O’Malley Highlights Path to Winning in the New Economy in 2011 State of the State, February 3rd, 2011

In “promising but uncertain” times, Governor calls for “the right choices and investments to create jobs” ANNAPOLIS, MD (February 3, 2011)– Governor Martin O’Malley delivered his fifth State of the State address today before members of the Maryland General Assembly, invited guests, and the people of Maryland.  In his address, Governor O’Malley focused on the tough  Read the Rest…

State of the State, February 3rd, 2011

State House, Annapolis, Maryland Thank you all very, very much. I’d like to ask all of us, if you would, to join us in a moment of silence for the courageous Marylanders that we’ve lost over the course of this past year, fighting for our country in places very, very far away from home and  Read the Rest…

State of the State, February 2nd, 2010

Annapolis, Maryland Mr. Speaker, Mr. President, Lieutenant Governor Brown; Treasurer Kopp, Comptroller Franchot; Attorney General Gansler; Attorney General Curran; colleagues in city and county government; men and women of the Maryland General Assembly; Former Governors Mandel and Glendening; Members of the Cabinet; Congressman Kratovil, Congressman Ruppersberger, Katie O’Malley; my fellow citizens: I’d like to ask  Read the Rest…

2008 State of the State Address, January 23rd, 2008

Introduction Thank you.  If you all would remain standing for just one second — before I begin our talk here about the urgent business of building a better future for our State, there’s some really important people here in the gallery and in the audience with us.  I ran into the family of Officer Christopher  Read the Rest…

2007 State of the State Address, January 31st, 2007

To my wife Katie and our kids, to my mom Barbara O’Malley, and to Joe Curran, one of the great public servants in our state’s history, thank you all very much for being here and thank you all for your support. Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Chief Judge, Mr. Attorney General, Mr. Comptroller, Madame Treasurer, my  Read the Rest…