Maryland congressman announces presidential run

Just 6 months into President Trump’s tenure, at slightest one House Democrat is prepared to plea him in 2020. 

Rep. John Delaney is using boss in 2020, he announced in the Washington Post on Friday. Delaney is the stream representative for the 6th District of Maryland, which stretches from the Washington, D.C. suburbs to Western Maryland.

“To do this work with the joining it deserves, we will not be using for reelection to the House of Representatives,” Delaney wrote. “No games, no cat-and-mouse, no backup devise at the 11th hour if a concentration organisation goes badly.”

Delaney is a businessman who was inaugurated to Congress in 2012. He founded both CapitalSource, and before to that, HealthCare Financial Partners. 

Last month, Delaney tweeted that he and his wife were “working on next steps” and he would make an proclamation by the finish of July.

Delaney’s name has been mentioned in new months as a intensity contender for a opposite bureau – Maryland governor. But the 2018 Maryland Democratic primary margin already looks to be crowded. Former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous, Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker III, Maryland state Sen. Richard S. Madaleno Jr., Baltimore counsel James L. Shea and businessman Alec Ross have all announced their intentions to run.  

The leader of that Democratic primary would take on stream Republican Governor Larry Hogan in his bid for re-election.

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