Pete Buttigieg 2020

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Biden Follows Debate Attacks With Ad Mocking Buttigieg

Former mayor agrees he's no Obama in answering former vice president

(Newser) - Pete Buttigieg took his share of shots from his Democratic presidential rivals in their debate Friday night , and that wasn't the end of it. A new online campaign ad for Joe Biden mockingly contrasts his experience in working to pass the Affordable Care Act and cut the Iran nuclear...

Buttigieg Is a Big Target in Democratic Debate

Klobuchar earns strong reviews

(Newser) - Pete Buttigieg emerged as a major target, while Amy Klobuchar was earning high marks Friday night for a strong debate showing as seven Democrats took the stage in Manchester, New Hampshire. Specifically, Buttigieg, Klobuchar, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren, Andrew Yang, and Tom Steyer participated. Highlights follow, but also...

Where&#39;s Joe? NH Debate Could Be a Major Test
Biden's 2020
Hopes May Be
On the Line
in NH 
the rundown

Biden's 2020 Hopes May Be On the Line in NH

Friday night's debate could be critical for him to avoid a 2nd straight bad election night

(Newser) - Another debate gets rolling Friday at 8pm ET on ABC . This time, seven Democrats will be on stage in Manchester, New Hampshire—Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Tom Steyer, Elizabeth Warren, and Andrew Yang. Here's a look at what's stake and what to watch for:...

At This Same Debate in 2016, One Candidate Was Devastated

Expect things to get just as 'feisty' this time around

(Newser) - The Democratic Party's seven strongest presidential contenders are preparing for what could be the fiercest debate stage clash of the 2020 primary season. Friday's debate in New Hampshire—which runs from 8-11pm ET and is hosted by ABC—comes four days before the state's primary and on...

AP: We Can&#39;t Call a Winner in Iowa
AP: We Can't Call
a Winner in Iowa

AP: We Can't Call a Winner in Iowa

There is 'evidence the party has not accurately tabulated some of its results'

(Newser) - In 2016, it took 17 hours before the AP could confirm that Hillary Clinton had narrowly beaten Bernie Sanders in Iowa's Democratic caucuses. This time around, after chaos on caucus night , the final result may not be clear until after New Hampshire votes next week. The AP said Thursday...

One Key to Buttigieg's Success: This Young Adviser

'New York' profiles Lis Smith

(Newser) - Compared to most of the others in the race, Pete Buttigieg is just a kid at 38. But one key to his surprisingly successful campaign to date is that he has an even younger adviser—37-year-old Lis Smith. In a profile at New York , Clare Malone profiles Smith and the...

97% of Precincts Are In, but Iowa Is Too Close to Call

Buttigieg's lead over Sanders has narrowed

(Newser) - More than 48 hours after the Iowa caucuses closed, no winner has been declared—and even with 97% of precincts reporting as of early Thursday, it is still too close to call. According to results released after midnight, Pete Buttigieg's lead over Sen. Bernie Sanders has narrowed, the New ...

Where We're at in Iowa: 71% of Results Are In

Buttigieg leads, with Sanders close behind

(Newser) - Better late than never: The Iowa Democratic Party has released more results from Monday night's Democratic caucuses. After technical glitches with a mobile app used for reporting the results, not much has changed from Tuesday afternoon's rankings, when 62% of precincts had been reported. Per the New York ...

Caucus Confusion Was a Disaster for Democrats
Caucus Confusion Was
a Disaster for Democrats

Caucus Confusion Was a Disaster for Democrats

Iowa officials hope to release results Tuesday

(Newser) - With angry candidates, a confused public, and a gloating Trump campaign , the Democratic Party's effort to recapture the White House is not off to the most promising start. Hours after the Iowa caucuses ended Monday night, with candidates and the public eager for news, party officials said results were...

'Inconsistencies' Cause Iowa Caucus Night Chaos

Results may not be out until morning

(Newser) - Democrats were in disarray Monday night after the Iowa caucus results were delayed due to what officials said were "inconsistencies" in the results. Sources tell the Hill that results from the first-in-the-nation vote are not expected until Tuesday morning. Mandy McClure, communications director for the Iowa Democratic Party, said...

As Iowa Caucuses, One Big Change
As Iowa Caucuses,
One Big Change
the rundown

As Iowa Caucuses, One Big Change

Iowa Democratic Party will release more data than usual

(Newser) - Election 2020 kicks into high gear on Monday: It's Iowa Caucus day. As the AP puts it, the caucuses "set the tone" for the next 30-day blitz through the early primary states, with Iowa's chosen candidate getting a serious burst of momentum. Here's what you need...

Bloomberg 'Just Went There' With Trump

And there's other political chatter on Sunday

(Newser) - In Politico 's words, "Mike Bloomberg's campaign just went there." Facing a wave of attacks from President Trump, the Democratic candidate fired back Sunday with "pathological liar"—not an unusual retort for Dems—then dared to engage in a game of personal insults. "...

On Eve of Iowa Caucuses, a Major Snafu

'Des Moines Register' poll scrapped after Buttigieg raises concerns that it's been compromised

(Newser) - After eons of campaigning, the first state in the nation is set to vote in the 2020 presidential election on Monday, and we would normally have in our hot little hands the final Des Moines Register/CNN/Mediacom poll to reliably tell us how the fine people of Iowa are going to...

Democrats Make Vow, No Matter Who Wins

In Iowa, party candidates call for unity

(Newser) - Democratic presidential candidates promised voters in Iowa on Saturday they would unify the party to take on President Trump even as they kept up their criticism of each other and navigated the lingering divides from the 2016 campaign, the AP reports. "I'm confident Americans, Republican voters, Democratic voters...

Iowa Has a New Front-Runner
Iowa Has a New Front-Runner

Iowa Has a New Front-Runner

Bernie Sanders holds a firm lead in new poll

(Newser) - With only nine days to go in Iowa, a New York Times /Siena College poll of likely caucusgoers has a new frontrunner—and he's no moderate. The survey of 1,689 registered Iowa voters puts Bernie Sanders in the lead at 25%, ahead of center-left hopefuls and a high-profile...

Key Takeaways From the Democratic Debate
Key Takeaways From
the Democratic Debate

Key Takeaways From the Democratic Debate

It wasn't a game-changer, analysts say

(Newser) - A slimmed-down field of six Democratic contenders debated in Des Moines on Tuesday night—but despite the high stakes in the final debate before the Feb. 3 caucuses, the candidates largely refrained from attacking each other and focused on the issues, especially foreign policy and health care. Joe Biden, Pete...

First Question in Democratic Debate Was on Iran
Debate Got Right
to Hot Topic: Iran

Debate Got Right to Hot Topic: Iran

6 Democrats debate in Des Moines

(Newser) - With less than three weeks to go until the Iowa caucuses, six Democratic White House hopefuls are debating at Drake University in Des Moines. Three of them—Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders, will soon be serving as jurors in President Trump's impeachment trial. Joe Biden, Pete...

Buttigieg Is No Longer 'Mayor Pete'

Campaign announces $24.7M 3Q fundraising haul

(Newser) - Pete Buttigieg can now seek the highest office in the land without worrying about the responsibilities of the highest office in South Bend, Indiana. The 38-year-old Democrat's second term as mayor officially ended at noon on New Year's Day when successor James Mueller was sworn in, the South ...

Attendee of &#39;Wine Cave&#39; Fundraiser Explains
Attendee of
'Wine Cave'

Attendee of 'Wine Cave' Fundraiser Explains

It was far from a gathering of billionaires, writes one participant at Buttigieg event

(Newser) - It was one of the big moments from the last Democratic debate. Elizabeth Warren took note of a Pete Buttigieg fundraiser and declared, "Billionaires in wine caves should not pick the next president of the United States." Now, in an op-ed in the Washington Post , one of the...

Wall Street Picks a Favorite
Wall Street Picks
a 2020 Favorite

Wall Street Picks a 2020 Favorite

As you can guess, it isn't Elizabeth Warren

(Newser) - The financial sector, blamed by progressives for spawning the 2008 economic collapse, is lining up behind Pete Buttigieg’s presidential campaign. The mayor of South Bend, Indiana, has collected more campaign cash from donors and political action committees tied to the financial, insurance, and real estate sector than any other...

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