PALM SPRINGS — PS for Pete is welcoming Mayor Pete Buttigieg to the Palm Springs area on the evening of Friday, Nov. 15th and ticket levels have just been released.

The location remains under wraps.

Tickets and Mayor Pete’s time are limited, so those interested are encouraged to RSVP immediately.

This is not a political rally, media or other event. It’s a private function with the objective of fundraising for the national campaign to help Mayor Pete Buttigieg win the primary and the general election, organizers said.

The PS For Pete general reception will be from 4:30 to 6 p.m. A meet-and-greet reception will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The address will be sent prior to the event.

Ticket levels include Investor at $2,800 per person, which includes attendance to the meet-and-greet reception.

There is a Champion level for $1,500 per person, which includes attendance to the meet-and-greet reception.

 

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Pete for America in Palm Springs, CA

 

 

The Advocate level is $1,000 person; Supporter is $500 per person; and Friend, $250.

RSVP for the PS for Pete  event at www.p4a.us/PalmSprings.

Questions may be sent to RSVPwest@peteforamerica.com.

Rich Weissman, director of The Richard Norris Weissman Charitable Fund, and his husband, J.D. hosted about 200 people at their Palm Springs home on Oct. 20, for the kick-off of the PS for Pete campaign. Mayor Pro Tem Geoff Kors and Councilmember Lisa Middleton were both in attendance and encouraged us to work hard on this campaign, Weissman said.

The fundraiser is the latest in a growing momentum for Buttigieg in the Coachella Valley. Hundreds of the presidential candidate’s supporters are walking in the Gay Pride Parade on Sunday, Nov. 3. Walkers are coming from Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, and beyond.

According to the New York Times, A recent Suffolk University/USA Today poll of likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers showed Buttigieg alone in third place, at 13 percent support. That put him just a few points behind Vice President Joe Biden, polling at 18 percent, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, at 17 percent.

 

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