Pete Buttigieg Peter (Pete) Paul ButtigiegDemocratic proposal for review of healthcare: A 2020 primer Buttigieg slams the college to pass the referendum "twice in my lifetime" Buttigieg calls for a new US spring in campaign launch MORE The open gay mayor of South Bend., Ind., Said he hopes to have children with his husband, Chasten, but said his presidential run "has slowed down the road a little bit."
"Chasten, my husband, he has done too many things. He is a great teacher, he has become a great public person who comes out of the gate, said the mayor of his husband." But he will also be a fantastic Father. And I can't wait to see him – I hope I also get good at it – but I can't wait to see that he has that chance. "
– MSNBC (@MSNBC) April 16, 2019
The democratic candidate married to his husband in June 2018 and is the only openly gay man running to the president 19659004] He recently said that his marriage to Chasten Buttigieg has brought him "closer to God." "Being married to Chasten has made me a better person because it has made me more compassionate, more understanding, more self-conscious and more decent," he said.
Buttigieg called director Pence directly when he spoke at the LGBTQ Victory Fund's annual brunch.
"My marriage to Chasten has made me a better man. And yes, Mr Vice President, it has moved me closer to God, "he added and urged applause.
Pence has opposed the legalization of gay marriage, something he says is due to his Christian faith. Pence is evangelical and before the White House participated in a church connected to the evangelical free church in America, while Buttigieg is the episcopalian.