John Delaney

former Democratic Congressman from Maryland’s 6th Congressional District

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John Delaney    declared    his 2020 presidential run before any other candidate did. It happened just six months into President Trump's term.

How presidential hopeful John Delaney plans to achieve universal health care

John Delaney declared his 2020 presidential run before any other candidate did. It happened just six months into President Trump's term.

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