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Pete Buttigieg

  1. vision 2020
    10 Candidates Qualify for the November Democratic DebateJulián Castro failed to make the November cut. Six candidates have made the December debate, and Cory Booker is in the greatest danger of missing out.
  2. democratic primaries
    When It Comes to Goofy Group Dance Routines, Buttigieg Is No ModerateTeam Pete has “High Hopes” that you’ll want to learn the moves to his official campaign dance.
  3. vision 2020
    Is Pete Buttigieg Peaking Too Early in Iowa?Things are looking sunny for Mayor Pete, though there’s time for others to catch up in Iowa, and he still needs to woo more nonwhite voters.
  4. vision 2020
    Black Turnout Could Make or Break Democrats in 2020Democrats need high black turnout if they want to oust Trump. Putting Stacey Abrams on the ticket might be the best available strategy.
  5. vision 2020
    Buttigieg Bump Leads to Candidates Griping About Iowa AgainYou hear complaints every cycle, but fears that Iowa and New Hampshire will bleach the field or give an undeserved boost to Mayor Pete are rising.
  6. impeachment
    Could a Long Impeachment Trial Derail the Senators Running for President?If a Trump trial happens in prime presidential caucus-and-primary season, candidates could be imprisoned in the Senate.
  7. vision 2020
    Is Buttigieg’s Presidential Bid Buoyed by Male Privilege?Klobuchar says Mayor Pete has only gotten this far because he’s a man. It’s probably more complicated than that.
  8. etiquette
    What Is the Correct Way to Eat a Cinnamon Roll?Like you’re devouring a chicken wing? With a fork? Like Fruit By the Foot?
  9. vision 2020
    Several 2020 Democrats Could See Boost From Lack of Day-Job DistractionsAn impeachment trial in early 2020 could really mess up campaign schedules for senators running for president. Biden and Buttigieg may benefit.
  10. vision 2020
    Maybe Democrats Should Remain on the Defensive in 2020The Trump Era may call for a more proactive agenda, but the Trump campaign is all in on all the old attack lines — and Democrats need to be ready.
  11. vision 2020
    Can Anyone Catch the Big Four in Iowa?Biden, Buttigieg, Sanders, and Warren are far ahead of the rest of the field in Iowa, and there likely won’t be more than four tickets out of there.
  12. centrism
    Pete for Corporate AmericaThere’s a gap between Buttigieg’s man-of-the-people routine and his politics.
  13. vision 2020
    Can Cory Booker Revive His Flagging Campaign?Booker is a very good candidate … on paper. If he’s going to make a move in the race, it’s got to be now.
  14. vision 2020
    How Centrist Democrats Botched the 2020 PrimaryModerates are realizing, with horror, that their best bets are now a senescent, cash-poor Biden — or a college-town mayor with no black support.
  15. vision 2020
    Who Should Be Joe Biden’s Running Mate (If There Is One)?Andrew Yang says Biden has talked to him about becoming his running mate. There are other names he might consider.
  16. party report
    Anna Wintour Dines With Mayor Pete ButtigiegAt the annual God’s Love We Deliver fundraiser co-chaired by Michael Kors.
  17. vision 2020
    Does Pete Buttigieg Have a Plausible Path to the Nomination?Intelligencer staffers discuss whether the South Bend mayor’s rising profile corresponds to rising odds.
  18. vision 2020
    How Many Candidates Can Survive a Bad Showing in Iowa?There are traditionally “three tickets out of Iowa,” but there may be four this time around.
  19. vision 2020
    Buttigieg Showing Strength in IowaMeanwhile, would-be Biden alternatives Harris and Booker are struggling in Iowa, where they have both bet the farm.
  20. democratic primaries
    Pete Buttigieg’s Chicago Fundraiser Debacle Won’t Help Him With Black VotersHe needs black support for his new strategy: capturing Biden supporters if the former vice-president falters.
  21. democratic debates
    Why Pete Buttigieg Came Out SwingingMayor Pete’s aggressiveness in the fourth debate is part of his effort to position himself as the alternative to Joe Biden for moderate voters.
  22. democratic debates
    Warren Really Doesn’t Want to Talk About Middle-Class Tax HikesModerators and rivals want Warren to admit that her health-care plans requires a tax increase for the middle class. Warren wants to focus on costs.
  23. democratic debates
    The Age Issue Finally Came Up in a Democratic DebateIt’s been a sub-rosa issue throughout the earliest phases of the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination competition. That changed Tuesday.
  24. democratic debates
    Pete Buttigieg and Beto O’Rourke Spar on Assault-Weapon BuybacksAfter the candidates argued over the efficacy of O’Rourke’s proposal, Julián Castro added a strong closer: “Police violence is also gun violence.”
  25. vision 2020
    Why Haven’t More Democratic Presidential Candidates Dropped Out?There are seven candidates being left off the stage in the October (and probably November) debates, who for various reasons haven’t been “winnowed.”
  26. democratic debates
    Will Warren Have a Bull’s-eye on Her Back in the Ohio Debate?Various rivals have reasons to hope the new co-front-runner stumbles. But are any of them willing to risk being the one to give her a push?
  27. vision 2020
    Warren Overtakes Biden for Lead in National PollsFor the first time, the former veep’s not leading in the RealClearPolitics national polling average.
  28. vision 2020
    Warren Matches Sanders, Whips Biden, in Latest Fundraising RoundThere’s now a Big Three in the polls and a Big Four in fundraising, with Mayor Pete joining Warren, Biden, and Sanders in the money chase.
  29. vision 2020
    Biden Has a Meh Fundraising QuarterWe won’t know its significance until Warren announces her third-quarter haul, but Biden’s not lighting up the boards like Sanders and Buttigieg are.
  30. vision 2020
    Pete Buttigieg Wooing Moderates in Hope of a Biden CollapseBut the successful Democratic moderates of the past all had solid African-American support, which Mayor Pete famously lacks.
  31. vision 2020
    Will Impeachment Bring Back ‘Kamala the Prosecutor’ and Save Her Candidacy?The trouble with this idea is that there’s no natural venue for Harris to shine on TV without a lot of Republican cooperation.
  32. vision 2020
    A Fresh Batch of Polls Has Good News for Tulsi, Bad News for BernieGabbard’s now on the debate stage for October, guaranteeing two events, and polls show Warren pulling well ahead of Sanders in early states.
  33. vision 2020
    This College Football Fan Thinks Buttigieg Is Right: The Game Is ‘Problematic’If you really love college football, it’s time to admit the truth about the exploitation the game involves.
  34. vision 2020
    The 4 ‘Dark Horse’ 2020 Democrats With the Most PotentialSome of the lower-tier Democrats are in rough shape, but a few are still popular enough to threaten Biden, Sanders, and Warren.
  35. vision 2020
    A to F+: Grading the Presidential Candidates on Their Labor PlansUnions and worker rights are shaping up to be more important in this election than they’ve been for a generation. Who has the best ideas?
  36. vision 2020
    Kamala Harris Really Needs to Turn Things AroundThe once-promising campaign of the Californian is in trouble. She needs a reboot, and also needs Biden or Warren to stumble.
  37. vision 2020
    Debate Poll Says Warren Won and Castro Lost – But the Race Didn’t ChangeThose who watched the debate didn’t move much in their views on the candidates, and those who didn’t watch barely budged.
  38. vision 2020
    The Big Three Are Still Dominant in the Democratic Race After the Third DebateMultiple candidates had their moments, but Biden, Warren, and Sanders continue to ride high.
  39. vision 2020
    Each Candidate’s Path to Winning the Presidential Debate in HoustonThis debate may not pose an existential crisis for the candidates who have already qualified for the October debates, but several need a big moment.
  40. vision 2020
    Warren Continues to Emerge As a Potential Democratic Unity FigureWarren continues to bill herself as a strong progressive without Bernie Sanders’s or Joe Biden’s intraparty enemies.
  41. labor
    Unions Have Won the War of Ideas. Will That Win Them Power?Unions are in material decline, but ideological ascent. Can newfound popularity with centrist Democrats and voters revive the labor movement?
  42. vision 2020
    Pete Buttigieg’s Faith-Based Balancing ActMayor Pete’s status as an observant millennial Christian in a party and a generation where religiosity is unusual is a problem and an opportunity.
  43. vision 2020
    Democratic Voters May Have Winnowed 2020 Field to the Big 3Lots could still happen, but at this point Democratic voters are mostly shifting support between the Big Three of Biden, Warren, and Sanders.
  44. vision 2020
    How Would An Economic Downturn Affect the 2020 Democratic Contest?Democrats might look for an inspiring or reassuring figure–or might have to reason to worry less about electability.
  45. fashion
    Mayor Pete Rejected Fashion Advice From Tom FordCan you imagine?
  46. political soapbox
    All Soap Is Equal, According to Pete ButtigiegThe Democratic presidential candidate gives some controversial advice to new college students.
  47. vision 2020
    With Some Elbow Room, Amy Klobuchar Could Have a MomentThe Minnesotan could become the candidate of Bidenism Without Biden, but she needs a lot of breaks.
  48. vision 2020
    Why You Can’t Ignore Marianne WilliamsonMock her all you want, but Marianne Williamson speaks to people horrified by Trump who aren’t satisfied with policy papers.
  49. democratic debates
    Will Trump Be Able to Capitalize on the Democratic Debate?There was lots of useful conflict in the Democratic debate in Detroit, helping viewers understand their options. But Trump may have enjoyed it most.
  50. collabs
    Mayor Pete Won’t Be Taking His Horse to the Old Town RoadA collab between Buttigieg and Lil Nas X didn’t occur.
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