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Haley Campaign Press Release - And Then There Were Two…

January 21, 2024

EXETER, N.H. — With just two days left until the New Hampshire primary and two candidates vying for the Republican nomination, Nikki Haley kept her foot on the gas, crisscrossing the state in an effort to earn every last vote.

She made eight stops, visiting local small businesses, cheering on the University of New Hampshire Wildcats hockey team, and ending the night with a rally in Exeter, featuring 1,200-plus people and America's favorite judge, Judge Judy Sheindlin.

Here's what they're saying…

Starting the Morning at Mary Ann's

CNN's Ebony Davis: Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley stops by Mary Ann's diner in Derry on Sunday morning @NikkiHaley

Washington Post's Dylan Wells: Haley starts the day at Mary Ann's diner in Derry (PHOTO)

Packed Rally in Derry

7News Boston's Rob Way: "I want it to be a Live Free or Die country."

Former SC Gov. Nikki Haley has taken to the stage at a very crowded middle school library in Derry, New Hampshire. It's her second stop of eight today.

NBC News' Vaughn Hillyard: The second of Nikki Haley's seven stops on the day — Derry, NH. (PHOTO)

Epoch Times' Jackson Richman: .@NikkiHaley set to appear at a middle school in Derry, NH shortly. Packed room inside the library

Haley Addresses DeSantis' Announcement in Seabrook

SCETV's Gavin Jackson: Nikki Haley breaks the news that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropped out of the race here at an event in Seabrook. Here's what she had to say. (VIDEO)

Washington Post's Dylan Wells: Nikki Haley responds to Ron DeSantis ending his campaign: "I want to say to Ron, he ran a great race. He's been a good governor, and we wish him well. Having said that, it's now one fella and one lady left."

Epoch Times' Jackson Richman: .@NikkiHaley on @RonDeSantis dropping: "It's now one fella and one lady."

Behind the Bar at Holy Grail Tavern and Deciduous Brewing

Washington Post's Dylan Wells: Nikki Haley stops by Holy Grail Restaurant in Epping, NH — (PHOTOS)

The Dispatch's David Drucker: NEWMARKET, NH - @ChrisSununu samples the goods here at Deciduous Brewing ahead of a @NikkiHaley campaign stop

Let's Go Wildcats!

WMUR: Nikki Haley attends UNH hockey game

UNH Hockey Broadcast: About an hour until faceoff for the UNH vs UConn rematch. Should be a great crowd. Gov Sununu & Nikki Haley will be in the house today.

Electric Crowd in Exeter, Featuring Judge Judy

Real Clear Politics' Philip Wegmann: Judge Judy: "We have already seen what these two presidencies look like, it's time for Nikki Haley. This is her moment. She is a star!"

NBC News' Natasha Korecki: Judge Judy tells New Hampshire crowd to "use your brains and your hearts" and bring Nikki Haley home on Tuesday.

CNN's Kylie Atwood: "Nikki Haley has to be that candidate," says Judge Judy, explaining that the 2024 candidate has to be someone Americans can be proud of domestically & on the world stage. Adds: "I am not here necessarily to bash the competition. Although I am fully capable of doing that."

WMUR: Nikki Haley joined by Judge Judy for campaign event in Exeter

USA Today: Nikki Haley gets boost from Judge Judy at New Hampshire rally: 'Sound of a two-person race'

Washington Post's Dylan Wells: Judge Judy hits the trail for Nikki Haley in Exeter, N.H. (PHOTOS)

Semafor's Dave Weigel: Chris Sununu opening a big Haley rally in Exeter, celebrating how the race is down to two people: "They said it couldn't be done; but then Nikki Haley came along and wiped em all out!"

SCETV's Gavin Jackson: 1200 folks turned out in Exeter, New Hampshire, tonight for @nikkihaley and Judge Judy. The energetic rally for Haley came on the heels of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dropping out of the race just hours before.

New Hampshire Journal's Evan Lips: Team @nikkihaley firing tshirts into the crowd in Exeter as "Cotton-Eye Joe" blasts. Looks like they're having the most fun they've had in weeks. #FITN @NewHampJournal

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - And Then There Were Two… Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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