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Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg will open his high-dollar fundraisers to reporters and disclose the names of people raising money for his campaign, known as ‘bundlers,’ his campaign announced on Monday.
Buttigieg’s announcement came after reporting by the Washington Examiner highlighted the South Bend, Indiana, mayor’s backtracking on disclosing fundraising event hosts and bundlers.
The article goes on to state the following:
“In a continued commitment to transparency, we are announcing today that our campaign will open fundraisers to reporters, and will release the names of people raising money for our campaign,” Buttigieg’s campaign manager Mike Schmuhl said in a statement.
Buttigieg has been criticized by 2020 rivals Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren who have vowed to avoid big-donor fundraisers.
This is correct and we will be releasing list soon. Stay tuned.
— Lis Smith (@Lis_Smith) December 9, 2019
WATCH: The entire press gaggle with Mayor @PeteButtigieg this evening in Waterloo.
Buttigieg answered questions on when he expects to be released from his NDA with McKinsey and when he will open up his fundraisers.
He said he doesn't have a timeline on either one. pic.twitter.com/8MNg6N34gY
— Musadiq Bidar (@Bidar411) December 7, 2019
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