Martin O'Malley Fails to Qualify for Ohio's Primary Ballot

Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley failed to qualify for Ohio's primary ballot after falling short of the signatures needed, a spokesman for the state's elections chief said Thursday. O'Malley's campaign noted the candidate is on the ballot in 18 other states. O'Malley is running an underdog bid for his party's nomination against Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, both of whom are certified for Ohio's presidential primary ballot. A little-known candidate, San Diego businessman Roque "Rocky" De La Fuente, also qualified.

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