Brunch with Mayor Pete Buttigieg

Mayor Pete Buttigieg Campaign Logo
Mayor Pete Buttigieg Campaign Logo

If you have not yet heard the news – Mayor Pete Buttigieg will be in Santa Fe on Sunday, August 4th!

Many of you may not know that Mayor Pete has close ties with New Mexico — both of his parents taught at New Mexico State University and his mother regularly visits Santa Fe (where she spent her early years).

Pete and his husband love Santa Fe!

Regardless of whom you may support during this Presidential primary season, Pete Buttigieg has proven to be an intelligent and compelling voice on the national stage. He will no doubt be an important part of the progressive leadership of our country for decades to come.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to meet him while he is in Santa Fe — a truly rare and exciting moment!

For more information on how to meet Mayor Pete while he is in Santa Fe, please read the message below.


CLICK HERE for an Evite for brunch with Pete Buttigieg on Sunday, August 4th.

Those who donate $1,500 or $2,800 (per person) will be invited to an intimate brunch at the home of Mickey and Jeanne Klein.

There will also be another very special event at the extraordinary residence and gardens of Will Halm and Marcellin Simard for donors of $1000, $500, and $250. Donors contributing $1000 or more (regardless of event) will have the opportunity of being photographed with Mayor Pete.

The likely time for the brunch at the Klein residence is between 10:30am and noon, and the brunch at the residence of Will Halm and Marcellin Simard is between noon and 1:30pm.

When you donate, the campaign on Thursday will provide with the specific address and time.

If you have questions or suggestions, please don’t hesitate to contact Malcolm Lazin at (215) 850-8751 or email ( with any questions.

CLICK HERE for complete event details & tickets.

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