Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg’s Mayoral Campaign Donors Scored $33M in City Contracts

Pete Buttigieg’s political donors scored city contracts worth millions after giving big bucks to his campaign for mayor of South Bend, Indiana — raising concerns over “pay to play” deals as he dishes out funds for the national infrastructure package, according to a report and public records. The transportation secretary’s mayoral political action committees accepted money from at least 23 companies that were later awarded more than $33 million in contracts for city projects, according to the Daily Mail, along with some documents confirmed by The Post.

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