Mayor Pete Buttigieg is officially in the presidential race for one day, and South Bend, Indiana politician has raised a lot of money.
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James Murdoch, considered to be the modest of conservative sons media Rupert Murdoch, gave $ 2,800 to Buttigieg last month, according to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) filing – that the highest individual could give a candidate.
ABC Studios TV Writer also wrote Peter Nowalk for $ 2,800. Other major advocates of Hollywood include Ken Olin, Jane Lynch and Mandy Moore.
The 2020 Democratic opponent has risen by more than $ 7 million in the first quarter of the year, declared its campaign Monday.
Although he did not officially throw his hat on the ring last month, Buttigieg got a great help in identifying the name when he went out to CNN's Democratic Presidential Town Hall in South By Southwest in Austin, Texas.
After weeks of hope, he made his official candidate on a Sunday rally in South Bend.
"My name is Pete Buttigieg. They call me Mayor Pete," Buttigieg said in a rally. "I'm a proud son of South Bend, Indiana, and I'm running for President of the United States."
The 37-year-old politician is a Harvard grad, Rhodes scholar, Navy veteran and he speaks seven languages.