Chelsea Manning, convicted of giving military documents to Wikileaks, files candidacy to run for Senate in Maryland
Saturday, 13 January 2018 Chelsea Manning, the transgender Maryland woman convicted of sharing thousands of military documents with Wikileaks, has filed her candidacy to challenge Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin in this year’s election.
Manning declared her intentions Jan. 5 with the Federal Election Commission, which posted the...
Chelsea Manning intends to run for the U.S. Senate in Maryland, returning the transgender former soldier to the spotlight after her conviction for leaking classified documents and her early release from military prison.
Watch VideoTuesday night on "The Why," Newsy airs its full interview with Chelsea Manning. The former Army intelligence analyst convicted of leaking classified... Newsy - WorldAlso reported by •euronews •SBS •USATODAY.com •Deseret News •Seattle Times
A year after former President Barack Obama commuted Chelsea Manning's 35-year sentence, she has announced her bid for the U.S. Senate in her adopted state of Maryland. 30-year-old Manning filed to run.. Source: Wochit -
Marc talks with whistle-blower, transgender activist, and candidate for U.S. Senate, Chelsea Manning about being homeless, transitioning in prison, and the decision to reveal U.S. military secrets Source: Real News Network - Affiliate -