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Pete Buttigieg was elected to be ‘likely to be President’ in high school, report says

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Mayor Pete threw officially his hat in the ring in 2020, presidential candidate at a rally in South Bend, Indiana.

Years before Pete Buttigieg announced his candidacy for President, his high school voted him “most likely to be President of the United States,” said a report.

Buttigieg, 37, an Afghanistan war veteran and mayor of South Bend, Ind., officially his candidacy for the presidential office announced on Sunday. The Democratic presidential contender, has seen his poll rise in values in recent weeks.

Apparently, Buttigieg had his eye on the presidency for some time. Katie Kowals, a nurse, told ABC News that her brother-in-law knows the mayor also told the media outlet that Buttigieg was “voted most likely to become President in our Yearbook.”

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The Yearbook from the year 2000 showed Buttigieg, as well as a fellow of St. Joseph’s High School classmates voted “most likely to be President of the United States,” Kowal ‘ s brother, was elected in-law, Peter Kowals, “most likely to overthrow the government.”

Buttigieg has also been elected “most likely to succeed” and to be the class valedictorian graduate.

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After high school, Buttigieg attended Harvard University and was a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University. The mayor, the campaign has raised more than $7 million in the first three months of this year. He would be the first openly gay candidate of a major presidential party. He was married to her husband, to Chastise, in the last year. And, he would be the youngest person to have as President, turns 39 the day before the next inauguration, on 20. January 2021.

Fox News’ Andrew O’reilly contributed to this report.

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