There’s now a home – or at least an office – for former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley’s presidential efforts in New Hampshire.
O’Malley has made about 10 visits to the Granite State this presidential cycle – two since officially tossing his hat in the candidacy pool in late May. On Wednesday, his campaign announced the opening of its first office.
“This office will serve as an organizing hub as we continue to grow our team, be accessible and visible out in the community, and work to earn the votes of the people of New Hampshire,” said John Bivona, O’Malley’s New Hampshire state director.
The office is located at 223 South Willow St. in Manchester and will serve as the New Hampshire headquarters for O’Malley’s staff and volunteers.
Recent polls show O’Malley trailing far behind former US secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton and US Senator Bernie Sanders in the New Hampshire Democratic primary.