Hey, it’s Hooff with Team Haley. I wanted to make sure you saw the message from Billy earlier about who Nikki is and why she’s running for president.
Do you have a minute to take a look?
Once you’ve finished reading this, please consider joining our team by committing to caucus for Nikki Haley on January 15.
Nikki grew up in a small rural town in South Carolina. At the age of 13, she started doing the books at her mom’s store. After graduating from Clemson with an accounting degree, she worked in a corporate job before going back to work at her family’s business.
She was frustrated when she saw how hard it was to make a dollar and how easy it was for government to take it away. When she voiced these frustrations to her mom, she told Nikki: “Don’t complain. Do something about it.”
So, she did.
She ran for state legislature against a 30-year incumbent. No one thought she had a chance. She was polling at 15 percent a week before the primary. But the people of South Carolina took a chance on Nikki, and she won.
As a state legislator, Nikki fought against the status quo and stood up for the people of her district. When she fought for government transparency by pushing to make sure important votes were on the record, her colleagues retaliated. They stripped Nikki of her committees. So she decided to run for governor.
When she campaigned for governor, people didn’t know who she was. She was the least funded and least known GOP candidate. But she worked hard, got her message out, and won.
Then, she made a difference in South Carolina by cutting taxes, creating thousands of jobs, and revitalizing the state’s economy.
When she was nominated as Ambassador to the United Nations, people said she didn’t have the experience. She proved them wrong. When she got to the UN, Nikki took the “kick me” sign off our back. She told the world that America would have the backs of our allies, and for those who did not have our backs, we were taking names!
Now, Nikki Haley is running for president because our country is heading down a path of doubt, division, and self-destruction. We need a leader who will rise to the occasion, offer solutions, and prioritize serving the people over the political class.
If you would like to join our team and help Nikki win this fight for our country’s future, I’m asking you to commit to caucus for Nikki Haley on January 15.
Add your name and commit to caucus today!