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Delaney to Air New Television Ad in DC and Iowa Calling for Shared Humanity

Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6), the first declared Democratic candidate for President, will air a new ad Thursday that shares his grandfather’s immigration story and calls for a spirit of “shared humanity.” The spot, titled “A Shared Humanity” will air during MSNBC’s Morning Joe in the D.C. market on Thursday and will run in the Des Moines and Cedar Rapids markets in Iowa starting next week. The several hundred-thousand dollar buy for this ad is the first of a multi-ad, summer-long Iowa television buy. This will be Delaney’s sixth television ad to air in Iowa since February. 

Three Things You Can Do to Help #KeepFamiliesTogether

As a nation, we must do better than this. Separating children from their families goes against the ideals of our country and is an affront to the values of liberty and justice that we claim to stand for. This is not about Democrats, it’s not about Republicans, it’s about basic human decency. And it must change now.John is proud to be an original co-sponsor of the Keep Families Together Act, which would end family seperation. We hope there will be a vote on this important bill. As we work to change policy in Washington, D.C., here are a few ways that you can take action today.

ICYMI – Delaney Campaign Highlighted in Washington Post: The question that could decide the 2020 election

The Washington Post featured an opinion piece by Editorial Page Editor Fred Hiatt on Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-6) presidential campaign and the theory behind his candidacy. Delaney, who Hiatt describes, “committed to bipartisanship and compromise in the service of accomplishment” discusses his experiences on the campaign trail and shares his vision for the future of the Democratic party and the country. Hiatt writes that Delaney has “thought carefully and intelligently about what kind of leadership the next president should provide.” The full text is copied below.

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