Nikki Haley announced a list of delegates from New Hampshire that will be representing her at the Republican National Convention. These include mayors and state Representatives.
Haley received an endorsement from New Hampshire state representative Mike Moffett. You can read it here.
She was in Raymond, New Hampshire for an event.
Haley was on the warpath today, and her target was Ron DeSantis. The Florida Governor ranks second to Donald Trump in the polls, and it seems as though Haley is targeting him the most. She accused DeSantis of lying about her before refuting those. Some might question why Haley is not targeting Donald Trump, as he is the one who is much higher in the polls.
Haley called for term limits of five years for bureaucrats.
She once again attacked DeSantis for his “desperate” and “imploding” campaign. Meanwhile, polling shows Haley at 10%, behind Trump and DeSantis at 60.3% and 12.6% respectively.
The Wall Street Journal wrote a piece on Haley’s Medicare plan.
A quiet day for Haley.
Haley once again stated her support for Israel and the hostages.
Haley received an endorsement from Mary Ann Hanusa, a voter from Council Bluffs, Iowa in this piece.
It was actually a pretty quiet week for Nikki Haley. Her energies were mainly focused on attacking DeSantis and his campaign, but time will tell as to whether that strategy will work.