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Early-Childhood Education Fan Rep. John Delaney Running for President

The 2020 presidential race may be nearly three and a half years away, but we already have one announced candidate: Rep. John Delaney, a Democrat from Maryland, who announced his White House bid Friday. 

If you've never heard of Delaney, you've got a lot of company. The Maryland congressman, now serving his third term, isn't exactly a household name. But we here at Politics K-12 have made it our mission to bring you the edu-backgrounds of just about everyone running for president, no matter how obscure they are or how far off the election is.

So here goes:


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