Americans are looking for a GOP candidate that can WIN, and it’s clear Nikki Haley is the best fit for the job!
This past weekend, Nikki spent time at the Iowa State Fair where she attended back-to-back events, met with proud Iowans, made an outstanding impression among voters, and set the tone for her campaign ahead of the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses in January!
Here’s a deeper dive into what took place in Hawkeye State this weekend:
“I hope you saw what I saw. The former South Carolina governor and UN ambassador didn’t fly in and fly out. She spent Thursday, Friday and her whole Saturday on the fairgrounds, “Fair-Side.”
📍 Nikki Haley Gets “Ruthless”
Nikki sat down with the fellas from Ruthless to talk about campaign life and her vision for America, and to play a special game of “Veep or VP.” Watch it HERE. >>
📍 Haley Talks Foreign Policy with Sen. Joni Ernst
The Bastion Institute: “‘America is not free on its own. We sit on the shoulders of so many men and women who served, who sacrificed their lives, so we can live the life we live.’ – @NikkiHaley with @SenJoniErnst in Iowa at @TheBastionInst panel”
Sen. Joni Ernst: “We must be aggressive when it comes to China’s malign intentions. Proud to discuss my work to deter our adversaries and keep Americans safe with @nikkihaley during today’s @TheBastionInst panel.”
📍 Haley Joins Gov. Kim Reynolds for a Fair-Side Chat
Politico’s Adam Wren: “At the Iowa State Fair, Nikki Haley, who flies commercial, said ‘I can’t wait to fire Mayor Pete.’ She said the issue has become ‘personal’ for her.”
Washington Post’s Dylan Wells: “Nikki Haley is wearing a ‘underestimate me, that’ll be fun’ shirt to the Iowa State Fair.”
📍 Haley Hits the Fairgrounds with Gov. Kim Reynolds
📍 Haley Gives her “Strong and Proud” Soapbox Pitch
Des Moines Register: “On the Soapbox Saturday, Haley said Chinese businesses are buying Iowa land and hog farms. ‘We’re going to make sure we deal with China once and for all, and Iowa is the front line,’ Haley said. ‘Iowa is an important state. Everybody likes to think that it’s because of the caucus. But when you look at what is happening with the threat behind China, think Iowa.’”