Progress is a choice.

Martin O'Malley

Martin O'Malley

Profession: Politician
Nationality: American

Progress is a choice. Martin O'Malley

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The Center for American Progress rates Maryland as the best state in the nation for women. I couldn't agree more.

Marylanders have led the nation in adopting a balanced approach to revenues and investments because we know that in order to maintain and build the #1 public schools in the nation, we had to ask everyone to pay their fair share. We need Congress to do the same.

No woman who works full time and plays by the rules should have to raise her family in poverty.

When you create an economy where you subsidize corporate profits through a welfare program and food stamps in order to keep wages low in some perverse pursuit of 'competiveness,' than you reap the fruits of the anger that you sow.

The Offshore Wind Energy Act could be not only a jobs creator, but also a history maker.

While different states and cities might look to different strategies for protecting public safety, we all can agree on this: we lose too many American lives to gun violence.

I like Iowa. I know Iowa. I've spent some time in Iowa. Good people in Iowa. It's a great state.

I go to the gym pretty regularly.

The march of progress must continue.

In times of adversity - for the country we love - Maryland always chooses to move forward. Progress is a choice. Job creation is a choice. Whether we move forward or back: this too is a choice.

Maryland schools succeed because we have never stopped investing in our students and doing the things that work.

But we should not lose sight of how far we are coming and what a big hole we were left by George W. Bush.

I'm not for the sort of trade deals that hollow out our standards while they hollow out our middle class and middle class wages.

We can't expect Wall Street to police itself - that's why we have a federal government.