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Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg in was Denver Wednesday for campaign fundraisers

The line of presidential candidates visiting Colorado continues to grow. Buttigieg hosted two events in Denver on Wednesday.

DENVER — Democrat Pete Buttigieg was in Denver on Wednesday to host two fundraising events.

The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana and current presidential candidate held a grassroots fundraising event Wednesday at the Fillmore Auditorium and another fundraising event later that night. The location of the second event was not given on a media advisory sent out last week. 

Tickets for the Fillmore event started at $25 and topped out at $1,500, according to his campaign website

Buttigieg also stopped by the Brother Jeff Facebook show for a Q&A. You can see their discussion here.

Earlier this week, Buttigieg's campaign said he has raised more than $24.7 million in the last three months and now has a campaign staff of 500 people nationwide. 

Of the Democratic candidates who qualified for the last debate in December, five of the seven have already visited our state for events recently. 

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Michael Bloomberg and Tom Steyer have all held public events here. Former Vice President Joe Biden came for a private fundraiser back in September.  

Entrepreneur Andrew Yang still has not made a campaign trip to Colorado.

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