Blue-collar roots and pro-business platform: Delaney wants voters to know ‘he gets it’

by Pat Hammond on Saturday, May 11, 2019

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Democratic Presidential Candidate John Delaney spoke with area business leaders at WBC Offices on Elm Street in Manchester on Friday. Photo/Thomas Roy

 

I've lived in a lot of places, and New Hampshire is the only one where a regular, everyday citizen can walk up to a presidential candidate and ask a question with an expectation of an answer. 

I know a lot of people roll their eyes and grumble about increased traffic and the general silliness that accompanies the First in the Nation (FITN) Primary but being able to meet presidential candidates in person and ask questions is an opportunity that most citizens don't have. 

I was fortunate to sit in on an entrepreneurial round table discussion with 2020 Presidential candidate Congressman John Delaney from Maryland on Friday.  Say what you want about the variety of people who troop through the state to promote their platform, but Delaney was professional, polite, and had answers for every question people asked. 

Check out the full article on Manchester Ink Link. Blue-collar roots and pro-business platform: Delaney wants voters to know ‘he gets it’