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He talked about technology, artificial intelligence, life sciences and medicine, modernizing education and making universal health care available “because it’s a right and it make good economic sense.”
Last weekend, Delaney did something no other Democratic presidential candidate had done since 2007 when he completed his tour of all 99 counties in Iowa
When I started this campaign, I decided not to accept any corporate PAC money. I made a promise to you that I’d never put special interests and big corporations ahead of the American people. We need to get back to the business of governing and representing the American people and that starts by getting big money out of politics.
Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) has campaigned in all 99 Iowa Counties, filling in the final county on the map Sunday in Carroll.
Today, Congressman John K. Delaney (MD-6) endorsed 22 Iowa candidates in a press conference with Iowa House Democratic Leader, Mark Smith, and candidates Jennifer Konfrst (HD-43), Karin Derry (HD-39), Kristin Sunde (HD-42) and Kenan Judge (HD-44). These endorsements are part of Delaney’s Focus on the Future Initiative, an effort to get Democratic candidates elected at local, state and federal levels.
Today, Congressman John K. Delaney’s (MD-06) began airing his newest television ad in Iowa. The spot titled, “Focusing on the Future” is running in the Des Moines and Cedar Rapids markets. The spot argues that automation can create jobs overall, if elected officials take the proper steps to prepare and prioritize workers.