Manning declared in Federal Election Commission filings, dated January 5, her statement of candidacy to run as a Democrat in the 2018 election.
Chelsea Manning, the former US army soldier jailed for giving sensitive documents to WikiLeaks, has filed documents to run for the US Senate, the Washington Post reported. He has served two terms and is an overwhelming favorite to win.
China Shuts Down Marriot Website Over Taiwan and Tibet Error
Former colonies of the United Kingdom and Portugal respectively, Hong Kong and Macau are Special Administrative Regions of China. Marriott issued a swift apology to the Chinese government and said that the company doesn't support separatist movements.
Democratic Senator Ben Cardin was elected in 2006 to that seat and is expected to run for re-election this year. Cardin is Maryland's senior US senator, elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2012. The senior Democrat on the Senate foreign affairs committee, Cardin has emerged as a key party voice on investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
She was sentenced to 35 years in prison.
Working to secure India's NSG membership: US Ambassador Kenneth Juster
He also assured listeners that the U.S. will continue to be a country of immigrants and that the ongoing review of visas, including the H-1B category, was only for "refinements".
Manning is running as a Democrat for the seat now held by Sen.
She came out as transgendered shortly after her sentencing, but the military denied her request for hormone therapy treatment while behind bars. House Speaker Paul Ryan called her release "outrageous". After some high-profile government officials refused to teach or lecture at the school in protest - including CIA Director Mike Pompeo - her fellowship was rescinded.
Gillian Anderson Confirms She's Exiting Fox's 'The X-Files,' Starz's 'American Gods'
Anderson - who plays co-lead Dana Scully - confirmed late past year that the 11th outing would be her "last". Her co-star, David "Fox Mulder" Duchovny, posted a sweet message on Twitter .