Mon, Aug 7, 2017
Rep. John Delaney’s decision to not run for reelection next year, and instead seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2020, has generated a growing field of contenders for what it arguably Maryland’s only congressional swing district.
Wine magnate David J. Trone and state Sen. Roger Manno recently announced they would compete in June’s Democratic 6th District primary, joining state House Majority Leader Bill Frick, Del. Aruna Miller and retired intelligence officer Andrew Duck. Republican Matt Mossburg, a former delegate, is running, and Amie Hoeber, Delaney’s 2016 challenger, is considering it.
The filing deadline is in February.