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Haley Spends $4 Million On New South Carolina Ads

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Nikki Haley, a Republican presidential candidate, is focusing on South Carolina after trailing behind in the New Hampshire primary.

With the upcoming South Carolina primary, she aims to challenge former President Donald Trump, her main opponent.

Despite pressure to gain momentum, she faces an uphill battle as Trump maintains a significant lead in national polls.

“There’s a better choice for a better America. Her story started right here, America’s youngest governor, a conservative Republican,” the ad states.

Haley’s ads aim to emphasize her conservative record and position her as an alternative to both President Joe Biden and Trump.

“Nikki Haley took on the political elites when she ran for governor of South Carolina, and she’s ready to do the same thing again,” Haley campaign spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas said.

“South Carolina voters elected Nikki twice thanks to her conservative record of creating jobs, cutting taxes, and combating illegal immigration. They know that Nikki will always fight for them—not the D.C. establishment,” she said.

Haley recently engaged in a public exchange with Trump, who has called for her to drop out and made insinuations about potential skeletons in her closet.

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