The Maryland Democrat acknowledges he is not ”well-known,” but points to business experience
When Rep. John Delaney of Maryland said he was going to make an announcement about his political future in late July, most expected him to decide between running for re-election for his seat or running for governor.
But the Democrat, now in his third term, shocked everyone when he announced that he would be running for president of the United States. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Delaney is lagging behind other big-name potential candidates. In a poll released by the University of New Hampshire Oct. 18, he garnered zero percent, placing him dead last among 12 names, behind “Other” at 5 percent.