O'Malley will be appearing Friday in Copenhagen alongside Danish Prime Minister
O'Malley this week has several times referred to himself as a "performance-driven progressive," and in a speech last month to South Carolina Democrat positioned himself as pragmatist.
Maryland Republicans have accused the governor of pursuing a liberal agenda in order to build a resume for a potential presidential run in 2016. This year, the governor proposed and the General Assembly passed repeal of the death penalty, tough new gun laws and subsidies for off-shore wind.
O'Malley has publicly demurred when asked about his presidential ambitions.
Also appearing at the Copenhagan event is former O'Malley aide and current director of the