Among the more than 20 top fundraisers for South Bend, Indiana\u0026nbsp;Mayor Pete Buttigieg that his 2020\u0026nbsp;presidential campaign omitted from a release of his \u0022campaign bundlers\u0022 on Friday were hedge fund executives and other power brokers with ties to Wall Street.As Politico reported Tuesday, the list of about 100 bundlers who have raised more than $25,000 each for the mayor left out a number of donors included in an internal campaign fundraising report which the outlet had previously received.The omission was inadvertent according to Buttigieg spokesman Chris Meagher, who told\u0026nbsp;Politico the campaign was making an updated, accurate list. The news was nonetheless condemned as \u0022sketchy\u0022 by Jeff Hauser of the watchdog group Revolving Door Project.\u0022Pete\u0026#039;s campaign dumped his bundlers last Friday night, but the Friday night news dumps only works if there\u0026#039;s few threads for reporters to pull. Otherwise, it reeks of deception and only whets reporters\u0026#039; appetites. It seems to have backfired in this case.\u0022 —Adam Jentleson, Democracy Forward\u0022The first time I saw this list, I said, \u0026#039;There is no way this is comprehensive.\u0026#039; It\u0026#039;s just kind of mind-blowing that they would be this dishonest,\u0022 Hauser told Politico.Under pressure from Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), the Buttigieg campaign on Friday evening released a list of more than 100 bundlers who have raised more than $25,000 for the mayor\u0026#039;s bid for the Democratic ticket. Warren had called on Buttigieg to release the names of his top donors and open his private high-dollar fundraisers to the media.In response to criticism from Warren and other progressives, Buttigieg said last week that his campaign \u0022strives to be the most transparent in the field.\u0022 But Politico revealed that nearly two dozen bundlers had been left out of the campaign\u0026#039;s data release, which one critic derided as a \u0022Friday night news dump\u0022 designed to satisfy the demands for transparency while leaving out key information.The tactic \u0022only works if there\u0026#039;s few threads for reporters to pull,\u0022 tweeted Adan Jentleson of Democracy Forward. \u0022Otherwise, it reeks of deception and only whets reporters\u0026#039; appetites. It seems to have backfired in this case.\u0022Pete\u0026#039;s campaign dumped his bundlers last Friday night, but the Friday night news dumps only works if there\u0026#039;s few threads for reporters to pull. Otherwise, it reeks of deception and only whets reporters\u0026#039; appetites. It seems to have backfired in this case. https://t.co/5g0bYtV00w— Adam Jentleson\u0026nbsp; (@AJentleson) December 18, 2019On social media, a number of critics scrutinized the list of previously-undisclosed bundlers that was revealed by Politico Tuesday evening, including former ambassadors, entertainment and advertising executives, and Wall Street figures.One such bundler was William Rahm, managing director of the hedge fund Centerbridge Partners. The fund was one of several firms that concealed its Puerto Rican debt holdings through shell companies as pension funds in the territory were slashed.\u0026nbsp;\u0022As Puerto Rican debt mounted, vultures swooped in, buying nearly half of the distressed bonds and using that leverage to pressure the Puerto Rican government,\u0022 wrote David Dayen at The American Prospect earlier this year. \u0022The bouts of austerity and suffering that we\u0026#039;ve seen on the island are in no small part due to the role of vulture funds like Centerbridge Partners.\u0022Centerbridge a hedge fund that hid its investments on retirement bonds in #PuertoRico -which are threatening cuts to pensions- is one of the fundraisers for ⁦@PeteButtigieg⁩ that was omitted by the campaign. I wonder why? #WallStreetPete https://t.co/9mARHz2D1i— Julio E. (@jlopezvarona) December 18, 2019\u0022Give Buttigieg credit: He is at least aware of which bundlers he should try to conceal from the public,\u0022 journalist Ryan Grim tweeted. The advocacy group New York Communities for Change also highlighted the Buttigieg campaign contributions of hedge fund manager and John Petry, a charter school founder, while the Progressive Change Campaign Committee (PCCC) pointed to another bundler, H. Rodgin Cohen, who \u0022repped big banks during the financial crisis.\u0022Wall Street has found their candidate!Raising for #WallStreetPete:-Puerto Rico vulture hedge fund, Centerbridge Partners-Hedge fund manager John Petry, who helped found Success Academy Charter schools (with the notorious got-to-go list)https://t.co/3SRslqZVLj— New York Communities for Change (@nychange) December 18, 2019Bundlers Buttigieg \u0022inadvertently\u0022 omitted from his disclosure include: - a lawyer who repped big banks during the financial crisis- a director at a hedge fund that drained Puerto Rico\u0026#039;s pensions- an atty who helped cover up Laquan McDonald\u0026#039;s murderhttps://t.co/hCZefuSmRe— BoldProgressives.org (@BoldProgressive) December 18, 2019\u0022Wall Street has found their candidate!\u0022 tweeted New York Communities for Change.Buttigieg has raised 52% of his campaign funds from large donors, compared with 29% for Warren and 24% for Sen. Bernie Sander (I-VT.), according to the Center for Responsive Politics. Neither Warren nor Sanders are holding fundraisers with high-dollar contributors.