Thanks @PeteButtigieg for coming to my neighborhood.— Astrid Silva (@Astrid_NV) February 21, 2020
I know folks only share pics of me, but the best part was Doña Gina who said “que arrúguende hay?” I told her Mayor Pete was coming, she asked if she could stick around to meet him. I told her “Claro!” pic.twitter.com/0v3ph13pgs
I am proud to announce my support for @PeteButtigieg.— Toni G. Atkins (@toniatkins) February 21, 2020
I believe from day one, Mayor Pete will begin the vital process of erasing the stain the Trump Administration has left on our institutions, the Constitution, and on the shared values that make up America's social fabric. pic.twitter.com/hypZwtO7gd
California Senate President @ToniAtkins of San Diego endorses former South Bend Mayor @PeteButtigieg for president. In her endorsement, the Democrat explained in a “moment of deep divisions in the country,” Buttigieg can “bring us together.” The California primary is March 3rd. pic.twitter.com/Y2HRaWasaJ— Marie Coronel (@10NewsCoronel) February 22, 2020
Thanks @Newsweek for the write up on our @FOXLA @USCPolFuture town hall with @PeteButtigieg.— Elex Michaelson (@Elex_Michaelson) February 21, 2020
Afterwards, @mulaney tweeted out his support for playing the Mayor in a biopic.
If we helped make this happen on @nbcsnl next week, I want tickets :) https://t.co/A2FpreXnPu
As the national spotlight turns to South Carolina—a state without a minimum wage—local @McDonalds workers in the #FightFor15 are going on strike Monday!— Fight For 15 (@fightfor15) February 21, 2020
We're demanding $15 and #UnionsForAll and will be joined by Mayor @PeteButtigieg on the strike line. pic.twitter.com/OULcqJbuNN
Under @PeteButtigieg’s healthcare plan, people who don’t have insurance are retroactively enrolled and suddenly slammed with a penalty of up to 8.5 percent of their income.— Common Defense (@commondefense) February 12, 2020
Millions of working Americans can’t afford a $300 emergency let alone $7000.https://t.co/TjWGlga40R
Makes no difference to me he’s gay.— Ana Navarro-Cárdenas (@ananavarro) February 14, 2020
I’m not bothered he’s young, or that his political experience is being Mayor of a city of 100,000.
But this from @PeteButtigieg, is unacceptable. Sacrilegious.
What kind of person would mix salsa & ranch dressing? pic.twitter.com/sTl7OFeaCz
Just a reminder folks...#PeteWonIowa@PeteButtigieg tied in NH— Wes Jensen (@wesjensen86) February 22, 2020
A long way to go, but currently the left-handed, gay, Episcopalian mayor & veteran is sitting in 🥇. Let's keep it that way.
Chip in --> https://t.co/75EmBeEKh2#TeamPete #PeteForAmerica #PeteForPresident pic.twitter.com/zIX77aup4D
Here's a fun fact:— Hoosier Democrat (@DemocratHoosier) February 21, 2020
In 2013, https://t.co/5tqBF9OtHZ named two American mayors as Mayor of the Year. Both of those mayors are now running for President of the United States. @PeteForAmerica @PeteButtigieg #TeamPete #PeteForAmerica pic.twitter.com/uFPxQpWnj6