Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg took questions on some of the biggest issues of the 2020 election race during an exclusive town hall hosted by FOX 11 at the University of Southern California on Thursday.
Check out our behind-the-scenes conversation around the town hall event with FOX 11's Digital Producer Oscar Flores, Managing Editor Pete Wilgoren, and The Issue Is Producer Nick Greitzer:
The event was also covered by other media outlets:
Newsweek: John Mulaney would accept Pete Buttigieg's offer to play him in a movie
TV News Check: KTTV Hosts Town Hall With Buttigieg
LA Times: Pete Buttigieg campaigns at USC, warning against nominating Bloomberg or Sanders
USC Annenberg Media: Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg comes to USC
Daily News: Buttigieg returns to LA, continues to put focus on California as Super Tuesday awaits
Daily Trojan: Candidate Pete Buttigieg speaks at event
Politico: Buttigieg back in California
During the town hall, Mayor Pete plays a game of Personal Issues, picking his favorite ice cream, karaoke song, and TV character. He also says he'd like comedian John Mulaney to play him in a biopic - Mulaney saw the clip and retweeted it, leading to 150K views and a story in Newsweek.
Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg answers tough questions related to the 2020 election race at a town hall hosted by FOX 11 at USC. (Oscar Flores / FOX 11)
The audio of this town hall is also available in podcast form. You can listen here, or look for "The Issue Is" on your favorite podcast app: