Skip to Main Content

Categories


Live Streaming Video

  • No dates present

Subscribe for email alerts


Archives



Children


 

Congress of Educators on Stream Restoration, July 2nd, 2013

Annapolis, MD Thank you all very, very much for coming down here today, especially on a weekday in the summer, when I know there are many other things you could be doing. I’ve seen the work that you do. Long before there was a state requirement of environmental literacy, I saw what you were doing  Read the Rest…

Governor Martin O’Malley Swears in Maryland’s First-Ever “Governor for a Day”, July 2nd, 2013

Governor swears in eight-year old Genea Harrison for a full day of gubernatorial activities Contest promotes the important contributions of women in Maryland; encourages young women to pursue careers in public service ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Martin O’Malley today officially swore in eight-year-old Genea Harrison as Maryland’s first-ever “Governor for a Day.” Genea, a student heading into the  Read the Rest…

Governor for a Day Swearing In, July 2nd, 2013

Annapolis, MD Good morning. Thank you for being here on this momentous day to celebrate this incredible young woman. Especially thank you mom Angie for sharing Genea with us for the day. I know dad Karreem wanted to be here as well, but he had to take care of business. I’d like to introduce Genea  Read the Rest…

Meet Genea: Maryland’s “Governor for a Day”, June 25th, 2013

By Martin O’Malley A few months ago, we announced the first-ever “Governor for a Day” contest to encourage young women to pursue careers in public service. Throughout my life, I’ve benefited from being surrounded by strong and talented women–from my mother, wife, and daughters; to the women of the O’Malley-Brown Administration; to my days working for  Read the Rest…

School Breakfast Event at Eastport Elementary School, February 27th, 2013

Annapolis, MD Speaker Busch, thanks so very much for your leadership, your compassion and your commitment.  I think Speaker Busch will agree with me when I say that whatever good we have been able to do as servants of the people of Maryland over these last several years has been a reflection of the goodness  Read the Rest…

The SOTU & what we’ve done in Maryland…Part I, February 13th, 2013

Last night the President made a persuasive case for why we must begin to make better choices as a nation. He focused on finding new and innovative ways to cut waste, improve efficiencies, improve education — from Pre-School to higher education — and create jobs.  Here in Maryland, we are already working towards stronger families, stronger communities, and  Read the Rest…

Behind the Scenes: Speech Prep, January 28th, 2013

By Steve Rabin, Chief Speechwriter What a great speech prep session we just finished!  Governor O’Malley is hard at work putting the finishing touches on this State of the State.  It’s gonna to be great. I thought I’d share with you a sneak preview… The Governor plans to tell the story of how we came together over these past  Read the Rest…

The Most Important Meal of the Day, December 10th, 2012

In this “People Behind the Policies” blog, a Principal talks about his experiences with implementing breakfast within her school and how it relates to our goal to end childhood hunger in Maryland by 2015. “The Most Important Meal of the Day” Hunger is thought to be a third-world problem, but the reality that 1 in  Read the Rest…

My Son Jonathan, November 26th, 2012

By Lt. Governor Anthony Brown I became an adoptive parent 12 years ago when we brought my son, Jonathan, into our family. As we considered expanding our family through adoption, I had an overwhelming sense of the tremendous thing we were doing for this child. But upon bringing Jonathan home, we quickly learned the truth—that  Read the Rest…

Governor O’Malley Appoints Anne Sheridan Executive Director of Governor’s Office for Children, November 16th, 2012

ANNAPOLIS, MD  – Governor O’Malley today announced the appointment of Anne Sheridan as Executive Director of the Governor’s Office for Children. “I am pleased that Anne has chosen to step up and lead the Governor’s Office for Children,” said Governor O’Malley. “In our State, we believe in our children growing healthy, growing educated, and growing  Read the Rest…