Triple the Funds for Mayor Pete in Latest Quarter

Democratic presidential candidate South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg speaks speaks during a FOX News Channel town hall, Sunday, May 19, 2019, in Claremont, N.H. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill)

News from Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign early this morning, with the end of the fundraising quarter he sent an email to followers detailing the nearly $25 million he has raised so far. The email says that comes from more than 400,000 donors. That’s more than triple the amount they had at the end of the first quarter.

The email from his campaign manager says “This fundraising report shows Pete’s message is resonating” and that “its proof we are building an organization that can compete.”

The Email is Below:

The fundraising quarter ended just a few hours ago, and we’ve been poring over the results. Here’s what we found: Over 400,000 people have invested in this campaign, and in this quarter alone, Pete for America raised approximately $24,800,000.We officially launched our campaign just a couple of months ago, and since then, time and time again, Pete has proved why he is a top-tier candidate for the nomination. From town halls on MSNBC, CNN, and FOX News to last week’s debate, he’s shown the country what I’ve known for a long time: Pete is the best person to bring a new generation of leadership to Washington.This fundraising report shows that Pete’s message is resonating with Americans, and it’s proof that we are building an organization that can compete.
I hope it makes you proud to be a member of the Pete for America community — I certainly am.From all of us here at Pete for America, thank you. Thank you for the support you’ve shown our campaign, thank you for your belief in Pete’s vision for this country, and thank you for being a part of this community. You’ve inspired us every step of the way, and we literally could not have done it without you.We had an amazing quarter, but our work is far from over. The rest of the campaign starts today.
Thanks,Mike Mike Schmuhl
Campaign Manager
Pete for America

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1 comment

CGJ July 1, 2019 at 8:16 am

No body cares!!!! It’s snot news!!!
Diplomacy, historical POTUS visit, that is news! But no the media can’t give in and say ‘hey look at what our president has done for us’ he is trying to make it safer for everyone by denuclearization of the peninsula (area).


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