“I will not be one of them,” O’Malley said.
The announcement comes a day after Mikulski made a surprise announcement, setting off a wave of speculation about who will seek to replace her. O’Malley made no official comment Monday.
The former governor has said he will decide by spring whether to move forward with a bid for the Democratic primary nomination that would likely pit him against Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Despite the long odds, some associates said Monday that he is better suited for an executive position than a legislative one.
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