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it's our obligation to bring about something different and that's what we're here today for many he appeared to come out of no where a young midwestern mayor with no significant national profile but on Monday presidential candidate Pete booted judge showed he's well positioned against his many democratic rivals to make a serious run for the White House his campaign team announced it raise nearly twenty five million dollars in the second quarter of this year tripling its hall from the first quarter and doubling its number of donors the south bend Indiana mayor also has more than twenty two million dollars in cash in his campaign coffer all Lynn plenty to compete with bigger names with deep pockets such as former vice president Joe Biden thirty seven year old booted judge also known as mayor Pete is a military veteran who served in Afghanistan and is the nation's first major candidate who is openly gay in recent weeks %HESITATION judges faced challenges after a white police officer fatally shot a black man in a routine encounter in south bend pulling him off the campaign trail when asked at last week's democratic debate why there isn't more diversity on his city's police force but a judge said bluntly quote because I couldn't get it done over the weekend he took part in a local protest against violence saying this the challenge we face here in south bend is symptomatic of a national channels whether we're talking about mistrust between communities colored police departments or whether we're talking about the much bigger pictures of the consequences of systemic racism %HESITATION the judge reportedly has the support of several top democratic fund raisers who helped Brock Obama and Hillary Clinton in their White House bids