- Pete Buttigieg, the youngest major candidate running for office, could become the first president carrying student loan debt.
- Buttigieg and his husband, Chasten, have over $130,000 in student debt, according to AP.
- If elected, he intends to make public college tuition free for lower- to middle-income families.
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Student loan debt is set to become a major issue on the 2020 presidential campaign trail.