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Haley’s New Hampshire Hard Work

During her last trip, Nikki did a 14-stop, three-day swing through New Hampshire that included meeting hundreds of voters, three town halls, stops at local diners and cafes, and many important conversations. Local papers from all over the Granite State came out to cover Nikki’s events. New Hampshire is taking note of Nikki’s hard work.

📍 Laconia, N.H.

Laconia Daily Sun: “’No one will outwork me’: Nikki Haley points to experience ahead of presidential run”

“Before a crowd of roughly 200 at the American Legion, Haley underscored her financial acumen, transparency measures she implemented as governor and accomplishments in international relations. Haley presented herself as a down-to-earth underdog candidate whose comparatively lengthy resume and coalition-building approach would be the best general election foot the Republican party could put forward.” (Laconia Daily Sun, 5/1/23)

📍 Manchester, N.H.

New Hampshire Union Leader: “‘She’s putting together a real grassroots campaign,’ said a key operative for one primary rival. ‘It’s early but still pretty impressive.’” (New Hampshire Union Leader, 4/30/23)

📍 Rindge, N.H.

Monadnock Ledger-Transcript: “Among those who came to hear Haley speak, Jeff Selander of Rindge said the average American is struggling to make ends meet and provide for their families, and the economy needs a turnaround. ‘I believe Nikki Haley is the right person to be on point to address these issues,’ Selander said. ‘We have to meet in the middle and solve the core value issues that hurt the everyday American.’” (Monadnock Ledger-Transcript, 5/1/23)

📍 Concord, N.H. 

Concord Monitor: “Nikki Haley, a 2024 Republican presidential candidate and former Governor of South Carolina, wants states across the country to address lagging reading levels, she said at a roundtable discussion at the New Hampshire Builders Association in Concord on Wednesday.”

“‘Let’s focus on paying down the debt when it comes to education. Basic rule, I did it in South Carolina, but if a child can’t read by third grade, they’re four times less likely to graduate high school. Let’s go back and make sure kids can read. That’s the number one thing,’ she said.” (Concord Monitor, 4/26/23)


May 23: The Rockingham County GOP Freedom Founders Dinner in Atkinson – RSVP HERE

May 24: Politics and Eggs at Saint Anselm College in Manchester

May 24: Senator Scott Brown’s BBQ in Rye – RSVP HERE

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