Voters Rejecting Homosexual Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Christian Hater Presidential Candidate
It has been less than three months since Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D-Ind.) and his fans were celebrating him being on the cover of Time magazine just two weeks after he was New York Magazine's flattering cover story. He followed that up with a fundraising win for the second quarter but things have been a bit quiet around him recently.
Political fortunes are notoriously fickle but even more so in a presidential primary that features an unprecedented number of candidates.
While Mayor Pete is by no means out of this race his polling numbers haven't followed his big cash haul and he's not quite the media darling he was heading into the summer.
After a meteoric rise in the 2020 race, signs are emerging that Pete Buttigieg's momentum may be stalling out. The South Bend, Ind., mayor's polling numbers have remained relatively flat in recent weeks, hovering between 4 and 7 percent in most surveys. And he has started facing tougher questions during public appearances, including about his struggle to build a following among black voters and his handling of a police-involved shooting in his hometown.
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