MIAMI MONEY: Martin O’Malley, a relative unknown in the 2016 Democratic presidential race, spent Friday morning in blue, voter-rich Miami — not with average voters, but at a private fundraiser. He met behind closed doors at Perricone’s Marketplace & Café in Brickell with a robust crowd of suits assembled by former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz, a 2008 Clinton supporter who now backs O’Malley, his friend from when O’Malley was the mayor of Baltimore. In this file photo, O’Malley speaks to local residents in Iowa on April 9.
MIAMI MONEY: Martin O’Malley, a relative unknown in the 2016 Democratic presidential race, spent Friday morning in blue, voter-rich Miami — not with average voters, but at a private fundraiser. He met behind closed doors at Perricone’s Marketplace & Café in Brickell with a robust crowd of suits assembled by former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz, a 2008 Clinton supporter who now backs O’Malley, his friend from when O’Malley was the mayor of Baltimore. In this file photo, O’Malley speaks to local residents in Iowa on April 9. Charlie Neibergall AP
MIAMI MONEY: Martin O’Malley, a relative unknown in the 2016 Democratic presidential race, spent Friday morning in blue, voter-rich Miami — not with average voters, but at a private fundraiser. He met behind closed doors at Perricone’s Marketplace & Café in Brickell with a robust crowd of suits assembled by former Miami Mayor Manny Diaz, a 2008 Clinton supporter who now backs O’Malley, his friend from when O’Malley was the mayor of Baltimore. In this file photo, O’Malley speaks to local residents in Iowa on April 9. Charlie Neibergall AP

Potential Hillary Clinton challenger Martin O’Malley makes quiet Miami pit stop

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