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Gov. Martin O'Malley, who is considering a run for president in 2016, raised just over $710,000 into a pair of political accounts during the third quarter of this year despite speculation about whether Hillary Clinton will also seek the Democratic nomination.

O'Malley, whose second term ends in January, has traveled extensively on behalf of other Democrats ahead of the midterm elections and the latest reports show that several of his staffers are working for candidates in New Hampshire and Iowa.

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O'Malley will report having more than $882,00 on hand.

The fundraising report for his political action committee, the O'Say Can You See PAC, is similar to one he filed for the second quarter of this year, though it does appear that the governor is beginning to receive more donations from outside of Maryland.

O'Malley is laying the groundwork for a potential campaign despite polls showing that Clinton, should she decide to run, would dominate the Democratic field.

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