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Buttigieg speaks to National Faith Forum Las Vegas

(LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg delivered his campaign message to a Las Vegas audience Friday afternoon.

Closing out the final day of Faith in Action’s (FIA) 2020 National Faith Forum, Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg joined the event via live video from California to discuss his views on immigrant justice, gun violence, and how his faith impacts his views on the 2020 election.

“We must mobilize around what our faith calls us to do,” said Buttigieg speaking about faith, immigrant justice, gun violence, and mass incarceration.

Buttigieg, a mayor from South Bend, Indiana, was deemed the winner of the Iowa caucus and came in second place, behind Bernie Sanders, in the New Hampshire primary. The Nevada caucus is Saturday, Feb. 22.

“Every decision that is being made right now has moral weight, has ripple effects not only through space and through time but for future generations that are being impacted by the choices we are making right now,” said Buttigieg.

You can watch the full live stream of their conversation by clicking here to visit the Faith in Action Facebook Page.

“I believe passionately that God does not belong to a political party. That at a time like this we must mobilize around what our faith calls us to do… and let that light the way,” added Buttigieg.

Buttigieg will actually be in Las Vegas on Saturday, Feb. 15 to attend the Caucus 2020 Gala.

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