Congressman John Delaney: A Timeline


Jan. - Co-founder chairman and co-CEO of Alliance Partners, LLC, an asset management firm.  May - Founder and chairman of Blueprint Maryland, a non-profit.
April 3 - Wins Dem. primary in MD-8.
Nov. 6 - Elected to Congress, def. Rep. Roscoe Bartlett (R) by 59% to 38%.
Dec. - Resigns as chairman of CapitalSource.*

Nov. 4 - Re-elected, def. Dan Bongino (R) by 49.7% to 48.2%.

Nov. 8 - Re-elected, def. Amie Hoeber (R) by 56% to 40%.
July 28 - Announces he is running for president in 2020 in a Washington Post op-ed.


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Founder and chairman of CapitalSource.


CapitalSource becomes a public company.




Capital Source acquires Fremont Investment & Loan.

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With Ethan D. Leder buys American Home Therapies, Inc., a PG Co. firm.

Founder, chairman and CEO of HealthCare Financial Partners Inc.

HealthCare Financial Partners becomes a public company.


Leaves HealthCare Financial Partners.
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A.B. ? B.S. from Columbia University.


J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.
Practices law...
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Born April 16, 1963 in Wood-Ridge, NJ (Bergen County).





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Delaney and his wife have four daughters: Summer, Brooke, Lily and Grace.  Age on Inaug. Day Jan. 2021: 57 years, 9 mos..

See also:

Danielle Douglas.  "What does Delaney’s resignation from CapitalSource mean for the company?"  The Washington Post, April 8, 2016.  (Delaney took leave of absence from CapitalSource at the beginning of 2016, resigned as executive chairman in April 2016, and as chairman of the board in Dec. 2016).


Jerry Knight.  "A Specialty Lender with and Rx for Health Care Providers,"  The Washington Post, Dec. 1, 1997.


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