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Buttigieg is becoming the dark horse of the Democrats

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On 4/19/2019 at 11:38 PM, Edouard said:

Another interesting thing : campain donations as of 15th of april 2019 (don't take the date it's fake)

Candidate Campaign committee to date (as of March 31)
Raised Ind. contrib. % <$200 Spent COH Debt
Cory Booker[209] $7,923,204.28 $5,044,390.15 15.97% $1,792,193.85 $6,131,010.43 $51,989.35
Pete Buttigieg[210] $7,091,224.39 $7,086,154.62 64.02% $685,294.77 $6,405,929.62 $0.00
Julian Castro[211] $1,321,028.83 $1,306,328.83 30.20% $643,374.11 $677,654.72 $19,284.83
John Delaney[212] $18,301,622.83 $1,681,310.19 6.96% $7,781,888.48 $10,567,864.85 $17,443,250.00
Tulsi Gabbard[213] $4,495,769.56 $1,949,074.92 54.75% $1,706,543.60 $2,789,225.96 $0.00
Kirsten Gillibrand[214] $12,601,580.23 $2,997,884.10 16.68% $2,433,078.05 $10,168,502.18 $0.00
Mike Gravel did not file
Kamala Harris[215] $13,243,550.83 $12,024,121.55 36.77% $4,285,426.01 $8,958,124.82 $65,000.00
John Hickenlooper[216] $2,020,682.57 $2,014,099.37 9.97% $685,513.84 $1,335,168.73 $0.00
Jay Inslee[217] $2,256,655.41 $2,255,455.41 34.00% $843,774.67 $1,412,880.74 $365,194.64
Amy Klobuchar[218] $8,832,322.42 $5,232,375.87 34.60% $1,849,949.25 $6,982,373.17 $0.00
Wayne Messam[219] $43,531.62 $43,531.62 26.58% $1,701.24 $41,830.38 $0.00
Beto O'Rourke[220] $9,373,261.40 $9,369,861.40 59.15% $2,511,055.63 $6,862,205.77 $0.00
Tim Ryan did not file
Bernie Sanders[221] $20,688,027.24 $18,186,300.21 84.03% $5,026,076.88 $15,661,950.36 $0.00
Eric Swalwell did not file
Elizabeth Warren[222] $16,482,752.41 $6,016,435.38 70.30% $5,267,561.53 $11,215,190.88 $0.00
Marianne Williamson[223] $1,546,975.06 $1,544,697.39 60.39% $997,471.13 $549,503.93 $105,016.54
Andrew Yang[224] $2,387,536.53 $2,385,475.46 63.64% $1,286,812.67 $1,151,701.93 $0.00
Richard Ojeda[225] $119,477.74 $77,476.27 62.91% $117,475.76 $2,001.98 $44,372.93

 

 

Delaney will have problems with his bank.

Very impressive that Mayor Buttigieg raised so much money despite spending so little and having very little infrastructure, staff, and name recognition.

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4 minutes ago, Jayavarman said:

Very impressive that Mayor Buttigieg raised so much money despite spending so little and having very little infrastructure, staff, and name recognition.

So, how many different corporate and special interest donors are these candidates expected to kowtow to, kiss the ass of, and serve the agendas of over the American people, their own original platforms, and any decent ethics for these funds they're raising, out of curiosity?

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14 minutes ago, Jayavarman said:

Very impressive that Mayor Buttigieg raised so much money despite spending so little and having very little infrastructure, staff, and name recognition.

He was almost the DNC Chair.  Trust me he’s well connected. 

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9 minutes ago, HonestAbe said:

He was almost the DNC Chair.  Trust me he’s well connected. 

So is Kanye West, and West could pull in that kind of money for a lot more frivolous occasions and events than running for President. But is this Buttigieg worth the money, and worth the attention?

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7 minutes ago, Edouard said:

Buttigieg is backed by Howard Dean too

I don't even know Howard Dean's platform or what he supports or stands for anymore. Even though I said just yesterday, on another thread, that 2000 wasn't that long ago as I see things - in that regard it's still quite a while ago.

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Just now, Patine said:

I don't even know Howard Dean's platform or what he supports or stands for anymore. Even though I said just yesterday, on another thread, that 2000 wasn't that long ago as I see things - in that regard it's still quite a while ago.

Edit: 2004, actually - but my point is very similar.

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2 minutes ago, Patine said:

Edit: 2004, actually - but my point is very similar.

Carter will win the nomination to prove me right.

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50 minutes ago, Edouard said:

Buttigieg is 3rd in every polls realised until now

Average polls is showing it.

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Buttigieg is still unknown to 70%+ of Democratic voters, so he is alot of room to grow.

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