Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) background, unifying message and early state strategy in Iowa is getting attention by national outlets, including the Washington Post and New York Times.
Yesterday, Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6), the first announced Democratic presidential candidate was the focus of an opinion article in The Washington Post by columnist George F. Will. In his piece titled “Want to topple Trump? Take John Delaney seriously”, Will highlights Delaney’s unique background – a successful entrepreneur and business leader who comes from a blue-collar family – and serious approach as someone who can reach out to voters in the middle.
Today, The Washington Post ran a story highlighting the financial hardships many veterans are facing because the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is missing GI Bill payments due to antiquated computer systems and poor management.
Presidential candidate Congressman John K Delaney has hired Michael Starr Hopkins as his National Press Secretary. Hopkins most recently was a senior communication strategist for CateComm, where he consulted on Andrew Gillum’s campaign for governor – one of the most competitive races this year – and as Communications Director for Florida Attorney General candidate, Sean Shaw.
On Wednesday, at President Trump’s request, Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned. In 2017, Sessions recused himself from investigations into Russian interference with U.S. elections, a decision that was widely reported to have infuriated the White House.
Delaney Congratulates Winning New Hampshire Candidates as Democrats Win State Senate, House and Executive Council
Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) says that New Hampshire Democrats like Congresswoman Annie Kuster (NH-2), Congressman-Elect Chris Pappas (NH-1) and the scores of local candidates who flipped Senate and House races have shown the party nationwide what it takes to win. Democrats are poised to take control of the New Hampshire Senate, the New Hampshire House and the Executive Council.