Former Democratic Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley said on Thursday that if he decides to run for president in 2016, he'll be running to win.
"You don't get into races unless you're committed to win. I would be running to not only to win but to govern well, to make the case to the people of the country there are better choices we can make together that will make wages go up and to make college more affordable for our kids again.
"Look, every year there is the -- I mean, most years there's the inevitable front-runner and that inevitable front-runner is inevitable up until he or she is no longer inevitable. So I think you're going to see a robust conversation among the Democratic party about how we restore our middle class and middle class opportunity," O'Malley said.