A federal election filing, made on Thursday, confirmed Manning's intention to run in the November elections as a Democrat.
Chelsea Manning, the transgender woman who was convicted of disclosing classified military information to WikiLeaks, has filed a statement to run for U.S. Senate in Maryland.
The race would pit her against two-term Sen. Cardin is Maryland's senior USA senator, elected in 2006 and re-elected in 2012.
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Cardin sits on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and recently commissioned a 200-page report on the interference by Russian Federation in European elections. She was sentenced to 35 years in August 2013. After the sentencing, Manning, who was then known as Bradley, identified as transgender and changed her first name to Chelsea.
In 2013, Manning was convicted for 35 years for the largest leak of classified documents in U.S. history, which included military information about the war in Iraq and Afghanistan and State Department cables.
Manning is running as a Democrat for the seat now held by Sen.
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Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been easing restrictions on women in the country since he came into power last June. Lamya Khaled Nasser, a 32-year-old from Jeddah, told Agence France-Press she was proud and looking forward to the match.
Harvard's Kennedy School of public policy and administration granted a visiting fellowship to Chelsea Manning past year.
Manning moved to Maryland after raising over $175,000 in support through crowdfunding, and has been an active Twitter user and writer.
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