Pete Buttigieg’s presidential campaign raised over $24M in second quarter

SOUTH BEND, Ind.—South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s 2020 presidential campaign announced Monday morning that it raised over $24 million during the second fundraising quarter.

The announcement was made in an email to Pete for America donors that also thanked supporters for their help in raising approximately $24,800,000. Over 400,000 people donated to the campaign, the announcement said.

The close of the second fundraising quarter comes less than a week after the first round of Democratic presidential debates. Buttigieg appeared during the second night of the debate held in Miami, Florida on June 26-27.

Buttigieg’s campaign raised over $7 million during the first quarter.

The South Bend Mayor announced his run for president during an event in Studebaker Building 84 on April 14.

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