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May 6, 2014 9:15 am

Martin O’Malley does a reddit ‘Ask Me Anything’

"Governor Martin O'Malley Speaking at 2012 Chesapeake Executive Council Press Conference" by Chesapeake Bay Program. Photo via Flickr under Creative Commons for Attribution.

Outgoing Maryland Governor and supposed 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Martin O’Malley participated in an “Ask Me Anything” on reddit on Monday morning.

Baltimore City Paper has a roundup of how he performed. In short: O’Malley did well when it came to questions about pot, poorly when it came to political redistricting and was AWOL when it came to explaining why Maryland spent $90 million on an online health insurance marketplace only to scrap it later on.

Read the full City Paper assessment of O’Malley’s AMA.

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