2020 Presidential Candidates and Party Affiliation Pete Buttigieg – 2020 Presidential Candidate Odds

Pete Buttigieg – 2020 Presidential Candidate Odds

Pete Buttigieg (D)

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Who Is Pete Buttigieg?

Democrat IconPete Buttigieg is a 37-year-old Democrat. He has also served as the Mayor of South Bend, Indiana since 2011. Buttigieg announced his bid for the Presidency on January 23rd, 2019.

Voter Base

Voter Base IconWhile at this moment we can merely speculate Buttigieg’s voter base, we will update this section as his campaign progresses to the point where we can identify his true target base:

  • LGBT+ Community
  • Immigrants

Odds for Pete Buttigieg to win the 2020 Presidential Election

Odds IconOddsmakers show great odds for Buttigieg to win the overall presidential election in 2020. Buttigieg is positioned as third behind Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden. Good press and social presence has soared Buttigieg through the ranks and in the top 5, outranking even other notable Dem candidates. Buttigieg has very good odds to directly face Trump in 2020.

Odds for Pete Buttigieg winning the Democratic Nomination

Buttigieg is positioned as very likely to win the Dem nomination, sitting third behind Biden and Sanders. This small town mayor pushed himself out of obscurity and ahead of many other notable candidates like Cory Booker, Andrea Yang, and Kamala Harris.


In His Own Words

If we embrace a far-left agenda, they’re going to say we’re a bunch of crazy socialists, if we embrace a conservative agenda, you know what they’re going to do? They’re going to say we’re a bunch of crazy socialists.- Pete Buttigieg 

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Pete Buttigieg’s Running Policies

Policy IconButtigieg’s current campaign is running on the policies to provide Universal Healthcare, Strengthening Labor Unions, Renegotiating Trade Deals, passing a Federal Law Banning Discrimination Against LGBT people, Requiring Universal Background Checks for Guns, Protecting DREAMers, Fighting Climate Change, and Ending the Drug War with Legalizing Marijuana.

Pete Buttigieg’s Previous Policies

Looking at Buttigieg’s previously championed policies while Mayor of South Bend we can see the kind of stance he really supports. In 2012, he proposed to an urban development program to revitalize the city’s downtown area which improved economic development and road safety. He also championed a nightly laser lighting display and unveiled it as part of the city’s 150th-anniversary celebrations. This mayor also launched a $50 million revitalization investment in South Bend’s parks.

Experience

Experience IconWhile in college, Buttigieg worked as an investigative intern at a local news network. In 2004, Buttigieg worked as conference director in D.C. for former U.S. Secretary of Defense William Cohen’s international strategic consulting firm. Later on, he assisted with Senator John Kerry’s presidential campaign in 2004. In 2007, he worked as a consultant at McKinsey and Company until 2010.

Buttigieg ran for Mayor of South Bend in 2011 and won. In 2014, he won his re-election. In 2019, Buttigieg decided to run for the 2020 Presidential election – Buttigieg’s 2020 campaign site went up shortly after.

Education

Education IconButtigieg attended and graduated from Harvard College in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History and Literature. In 2007, he received a first-class Honors Degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Pembroke College where he was a Rhodes Scholar.

Civic Work

Buttigieg volunteered for the US Navy in 2009 and volunteered to be deployed to Afghanistan for active duty in 2014 as part of the Navy Reserve while serving as Mayor.

Pete Buttigieg’s views on gambling

Gambling IconPete Buttigieg negotiated with local tribes to open Indiana’s first tribal casino, run by the Band of Potawatomi, in South Bend. Buttigieg joined the Band of Potawatomi and others on the opening day of the Four Winds South Bend casino. In exchange for paying state taxes, Buttigieg negotiated an agreement for the casino to share its revenue with the city, by receiving 2% of the casino’s annual net win.

The tribe also agreed to provide $5 million to local initiatives and organizations over five years. Buttigieg believes the casino will bring in 1,200 jobs to the community. Therefore, he is pro-gambling.



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