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Sat Nov 14, 2015, 11:23 AM

HOMELAND SECURITY

Since 9/11, Governor O’Malley has been recognized as a national leader on homeland security and public safety issues. He has led nation-wide homeland security efforts as an advocate, exemplar of best practices, and adviser to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Governor O’Malley considers public safety one of the most sacred and important responsibilities of those in public service.

As mayor of Baltimore, Governor O’Malley was selected by his fellow mayors to co-chair the U.S. Conference of Mayors’ Homeland Security Task Force.
As Governor of Maryland, O’Malley was selected by his fellow governors to co-chair the National Governors Association’s Special Committee on Homeland Security and Public Safety.
U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano selected Governor O’Malley to serve as a key external adviser on the Homeland Security Advisory Council (HSAC).
As an HSAC member, Governor O’Malley was selected to chair Task Forces on Violent Extremism and Community Resilience.
Governor O’Malley has been a national advocate for homeland security support and resources, delivering addressees on homeland security at the Democratic Leadership Council, National Press Club, Democratic National Convention, and the Center for National Policy, among others, and testifying before the U.S. Congress.
Governor O’Malley has worked as an author, collaborator, and partner with renowned homeland security experts such as Richard Clarke, Gary Hart, and Stephen Flynn.

https://martinomalley.com/policy/homeland-security/

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Sat Nov 14, 2015, 01:49 PM

1. Thanks for this.

The events in Paris are tragic, but it is frustrating to see that the media has already declared Hillary the winner of the debate, that they've reworked the debate to be mostly on foreign policy and national security and seeing that we should all rally around her as she is the only one with national security/foreign policy experience.

Is anyone else feeling discouraged? I'd love to hear a response from an O'Malley supporter.

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