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Pete Buttigieg news and analysis from The Nation
January 1, 2020
AOC Tells Democrats How to Get It Right in 2020
“For anyone who accuses us for instituting purity tests,” she says, “it’s called having values. It’s called, giving a damn.”
December 20, 2019
How Amy Klobuchar Beat ‘Wine Cave Pete’ Buttigieg in the Debate
With the help of Elizabeth Warren, that’s how—but Klobuchar will likely benefit the most.
December 19, 2019
Everybody Hates Pete
For reasons of both ideology and youth, the Indiana mayor had a target on his back in the Democratic debate.
November 11, 2019
Trump Knows the Power of the Supreme Court—Why Don’t Democrats?
The Supreme Court could be a galvanizing issue for Democrats, but the presidential contenders have largely ignored it.
October 28, 2019
Biden’s Campaign Is Running on Fumes
But the only way his campaign could seriously falter would be for another candidate to take up the centrist mantle.
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October 23, 2019
Anybody but Bernie—or Warren
Unable to deal with the declining appeal of centrism in their party, moneyed Democrats are fantasizing about imaginary presidential candidates.
October 17, 2019
Centrist Democrats Want You to Think They’re the Big Boys on the Stage
To stall the progressive momentum, the centrists are trying to recast their ideas as more pragmatic. The problem is, they’re not.
September 25, 2019
The 2020 Campaign Event Where ‘Everyday Iowans’ Asked the Questions
At the Iowa People’s Presidential Forum, caregivers, farmers, low-wage workers, the homeless, and the formerly incarcerated talked to the candidates directly.
September 23, 2019
2020’s Most In-Depth, People-Powered Forum Just Happened in Iowa
Here’s how Sanders, Warren, Buttigieg, and Castro did when they were challenged to answer tough questions about Medicare for All, racial profiling, and housing justice.
July 17, 2019
Reading Buttigieg Told Me Everything I Need to Know About the 2020 Presidential Race
Mayor Pete’s autobiography says it all.