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O'Malley to visit New Hampshire in March

WASHINGTON -- Former governor Martin O'Malley will return to New Hampshire in March, marking his first visit to an early presidential primary state since he left Annapolis earlier this month.

O'Malley is considering a run for president in 2016, even as speculation grows that former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will seek the Democratic nomination. Polling shows Clinton would dominate the field if she runs.

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O'Malley will address a Democratic fundraiser in Concord and appear at event in Nashua on St. Patrick's Day in mid-March. The trip was first reported by The Boston Globe.

"Governor O'Malley will indeed be busting out of the stereotype of the Irish-Catholic, Irish folk rock music-playing pol by joining the good people of New Hampshire this Saint Patrick's Day," O'Malley spokeswoman Lis Smith told The Globe. "Status on whether or not he will be bringing his musical talents remains to be determined."

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