Update, 3 p.m.: O’Malley is also booked to appear on a second talk show Sunday morning, CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) is booked to appear Sunday on CBS’s “Face the Nation” in advance of what is shaping up as a very busy week for him in Charlotte at the Democratic National convention.
CBS has billed the segment as “key Democratic voices from the convention floor.”
The broadcast from Charlotte will be the third time in as many weeks that O’Malley has appeared on a national Sunday morning talk show.
Last week, O’Malley blasted Mitt Romney’s Republican Party as one of “exclusion,” saying on CNN’s “State of the Union” that the GOP is hostile to the rights of immigrants and women. Republicans later accused him of being divisive.
The week before, O’Malley, the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, tangled on NBC’s “Meet the Press” with Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell (R), who leads his party’s governors group.