Pete Buttigieg Ends Democratic Presidential Campaign

Headline Roundup March 1st, 2020

Former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg will ended his bid for the Democratic nomination for president. Buttigieg told reporters at a campaign stop in Selma, Alabama that he was flying back to Indiana to announce his decision, which he did, following a poor showing in South Carolina's primary on Saturday.

Pete Buttigieg Ends Democratic Presidential Campaign

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Washington (CNN)Pete Buttigieg will end his campaign for President on Sunday, multiple aides tell CNN, ending an unlikely campaign that vaulted the once-unknown mayor from South Bend, Indiana, to a top presidential contender.

Buttigieg was scheduled to fly from Selma, Alabama, to Dallas, Texas, but during the flight he informed reporters that he would be flying back to his hometown of South Bend to make an announcement on the future of his campaign.

That announcement, aides said, is that he is ending his run....

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From the Right
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Former South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg dropped out of the 2020 Democratic presidential race Sunday, according to numerous reports.

The decision comes following a poor showing in South Carolina’s primary Saturday. The former mayor earned just 2% of black votes, early polling indicated according to the New York Times.

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From the Center
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Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced he was ending the presidential campaign in which he made history as the first openly gay man to win delegates in the race for the nomination of a major political party.

His exit comes a day after his disappointing fourth-place finish in South Carolina and two days before Super Tuesday, when he was expected to continue to struggle amid the dominance of Sen. Bernie Sanders and resurgence of former Vice President Joe Biden. Buttigieg's departure from the once-crowded field also comes a...

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