Delaney, a Democrat whose congressional district includes D.C. suburbs and rural counties in Maryland, met with a half-dozen people late Saturday afternoon in the Hy-Vee cafeteria here.
The early-to-announce candidate is the first in his party to mount a challenge to Republican President Donald Trump for the November 2020 election.
Beyond the early-and-often approach, Delaney is staking his candidacy on the idea that Democrats and Americans as a whole are hungry for a unifying force in politics and a commitment to broad-based, bipartisan solutions in Washington.
Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) campaigned across ten Iowa counties this weekend, his fifth visit to Iowa since launching his campaign for president this summer.
Last weekend, Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) made his fourth campaign trip to New Hampshire since launching his presidential campaign this summer. Congressman Delaney headlined the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s Kennedy-Clinton Dinner in Hollis on Friday and hosted a coffee with Young Democrats Saturday morning in Manchester.
Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) campaigned for local candidates in New Hampshire this weekend, knocking on doors, talking to voters and meeting with volunteers ahead of Tuesday’s general election. The trip was Delaney’s third visit to New Hampshire since he launched his presidential campaign.
On Saturday October 21 Congressman John K. Delaney made his fourth campaign visit to Iowa, speaking on the need for more civility and decency in politics and calling for a more bipartisan approach to governing at the Harry Hopkins Democratic Dinner in Sioux City.