Moulton ends long-shot White House bid, in latest 2020 Dem drop-out

Rep. Seth Moulton of Massachusetts repeatedly has said he’s not a quitter.

But on Friday, the three-term congressman and U.S 플래시 게임 다운로드. Marine veteran who served four tours of duty in the Iraq War ended his long-shot bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.

Moulton’s campaign said the congressman would formally announce the news during his speech later Friday in San Francisco at the Democratic National Committee’s summer meeting Oracle client 64bit.

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“I am ending my campaign for president,” Moulton will say Download Call of Duty World at War. “Though this campaign is not ending the way we hoped, I am leaving this race knowing that we raised issues that are vitally important to the American people and our future.”

“I have only been in this race since April—I got in later than many of the other candidates—but I couldn’t be more proud of what our team has accomplished over these last several months,” he’s expected to add flat brush.

Moulton’s move came as it was all but certain he wouldn’t reach the thresholds set by the DNC for candidates to make the stage at the third round of primary debates, which will be held next month 작은 아씨들 다운로드. The congressman failed to qualify for the first and second round of debates.

Moulton’s dropping out of the race comes just two days after Jay Inslee ended his White House bid 더원 mp3 다운로드. The longtime climate crusader and former congressman announced yesterday that he would run for a third term as Washington state’s governor.

Last week another lower-tier candidate – former two-term Colorado Gov 5자리 우편번호 다운로드. John Hickenlooper – also ended his presidential campaign. On Thursday he announced a bid for his state’s Democratic Senate nomination, in hopes of challenging Republican Sen dolby 다운로드. Cory Gardner in next year’s election.

And last month long-shot Rep. Eric Swalwell of California dropped out of the White House race.

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Even with these departures, there are still roughly 20 Democrats running for their party’s presidential nomination 로마의 휴일 다운로드.

In an interview with Fox News earlier this month, Moulton said he’s “not a quitter.”

But he acknowledged that if he failed to make the debates in September and October “it definitely makes it more challenging” to continue his White House bid 기본이력서 다운로드.

And he said that “obviously if I get to a point where I just don’t see breaking out, then I would try to find who I think would be the next best nominee to take on Trump and get behind him or her.”

Moulton emphasized that one of the reasons he ran for president was he believed “it’s the best way to serve the country because I don’t think there’s a better nominee to take on Donald Trump. I think the image of a young combat veteran going up against the guy who’s a draft dodger on stage is exactly what we need to win.”

In his speech in San Francisco on Friday, Moulton will announce that he’s now running for re-election.

“While this is the end of my campaign, it is certainly not the end of our efforts,” he’ll say. “I will once again be running for Congress in the 6th District of Massachusetts, my home, and I can’t wait to get back at it.”

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