The promise of Pete Buttigieg

The promise of Pete Buttigieg

Peter Buttigieg is mayor of South Bend, Indiana who is running for president of the United States as a Democratic candidate.

The 37 years old Buttigieg belongs to a democratic political party. Previously, he was US Navy Reserve officer from 2009 to 2017and went to Afghanistan as a counterintelligence officer for seven months tour. Buttigieg had a pleasant March, however, only about 1 in 7 respondents who identified as Democratic primary citizens were familiar with him.

On Friday, as an oppositional president candidate, Pete Buttigieg promises in his campaign that he will give back all the money that is donated from lobbyists. He is facing a strong negative reaction by a lot of people, mostly to social or political development, from progressive Democrats.

An email sent by the South Bend, Indiana, mayor’s president during his campaign, told his followers, that Mayor Pete will not be maligned from the money of the lobbyists.

This email unfolded many aspects and disclose that they had received $30,250 in start from a total number of 39 lobbyists.

A large list of 2020 candidates is paired up by Pete Buttigieg such like Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, former Rep. Beto O’Rourke and former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro, who have committed not to take federal lobbyist donations.

As more progression, the team of Pete Buttigieg has guaranteed not to receive money from the lobbyists which are registered. They also said that they will not give permission to any lobbyists to fundraise for any of ongoing campaign.

The campaigns will now add other languages as well to discuss things about donating and lobbying.

Moreover, they said that they will introduce more self-imposed quality.

The campaign also illustrates that it will execute internal audits.  Additionally, they will fortify that lobbyists do not donate during the campaign.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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