South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is now an author

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South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg is about to become a published author.

W.W. Norton and Company announced this week that it will publish Buttigieg’s book, titled “Shortest Way Home: One Mayor’s Challenge And A Model For America’s Future.”

According to the book’s description, it promises to tell the story of how South Bend has become a blueprint for the future of American renewal. It also promises to detail how Buttigieg came out as gay and found “love and acceptance” after returning from Afghanistan and leaving a business career to become Mayor in 2011.

The book clocks in at 352 pages and will be available in hardcover when it comes out in February 2019.

5 COMMENTS

  1. What?!?!? This is his idea of a future?!? #40 on the worse places to live in America and a violent crime every night? Get rid of this loser and make South Bend Great Again!

  2. The Shortest Way Home: In an ambulance after getting shot? C’mon mayor, clean up the streets! You’ll have plenty of time for writing when you aren’t responsible for managing a dirty, dangerous city.

  3. Not even close to qualified for the job of President. It’s hard to believe that Pete has even less experience than I do in governing. When it comes to swallowing hot dogs at Nathan’s we are about equally qualified. I should know, my name is Barack Obama.

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