Martin O'Malley, Andrew Cuomo Great Democratic Presidential Candidates for 2016
Date: July 09, 2014 12:55PM
Hillary is a clever ruse by democrats to exhaust republican funding. These are the real candidates.
Mr. O’Malley has been traveling the country raising money for Democratic gubernatorial candidates in his capacity as chairman of the Democratic Governors Association and has become a staple of the Sunday morning talk shows in his role as a surrogate for Mr. Obama. But the Maryland governor isn’t exactly a household name and the Mid-Atlantic isn’t the best launch pad for a White House bid.
Mr. Cuomo was thrust into the national spotlight almost from the moment he was elected governor of New York, given his political pedigree: his father, Mario, was often mentioned as a potential White House candidate during his tenure as New York governor but never pulled the trigger. But Mr. Cuomo is taking a decidedly low-profile approach to the convention this week, sticking close to his state delegation and shying from any events that would fuel speculation about a future White House bid.