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Haley Campaign Press Release - "Beast of the Southeast" Going Strong as Early Voting Comes to an End

February 22, 2024

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Today, Nikki Haley continued her "Beast of the Southeast" bus tour to Georgetown and Myrtle Beach where she met packed crowds, shook hundreds of hands, and fired up South Carolinians ready for a new generation of conservative leadership. Haley will conclude her bus tour tomorrow evening in Mount Pleasant.


CNN's Ebony Davis: 2 days until the South Carolina GOP primary! Nikki Haley holds her first of two events in Georgetown?She will head to Myrtle Beach next. @NikkiHaley

The Dispatch's David Drucker: GEORGETOWN, S.C. - "Two f***ing 80-year-olds: No!" Self-described Democratic voter & @NikkiHaley supporter here at Haley's rally. (Voter, who is 80 himself, told me he doesn't have a problem w/ @JoeBiden's work product, but w/ his age; strongly opposes Trump.)

WCBD News' N. Walker Simmons: Former SC Governor and GOP Presidential Primary Candidate Nikki Haley has just taken the stage here in Georgetown... @WCBD #NikkiHaley

Politico's Lisa Kashinsky: Nikki Haley in Georgetown, South Carolina: "I don't care about my political future. If I did, I would have been out [of the presidential race] by now." @politico

The Guardian's Joan Greve: Nikki Haley takes the stage in Georgetown. She touts her record as governor of South Carolina, noting that unemployment fell dramatically during her tenure. "They were referring to us as the beast of the southeast."

The Hill's Niall Stanage: Haley hitting Trump on national security when someone in the crowd apparently mentions "bone spurs." "He did say he had bone spurs, that's why he couldn't serve," a laughing Haley responds. "Whatever!" #scprimary

Washington Post's Dylan Wells: "Donald Trump has lost it over and over," Haley says in Georgetown, SC. "How much more do we have to lose until we realize maybe he's the one that's the problem?"

NBC News' Allan Smith: GEORGETOWN, S.C. - Nikki Haley takes the stage at a rally two days before the South Carolina primary

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Politico's Lisa Kashinsky:?MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Nikki Haley starts off by asking the crowd how many people lived in the state when she was governor. More than half raise their hands

SCETV's Gavin Jacokson: Nikki Haley takes the stage here in Myrtle Beach as the last day of early voting in South Carolina comes to an end.

Spectrum News' Taylor Popielarz:?Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Presidential candidate @NikkiHaley's bus tour is continuing across her home state ahead of Saturday's GOP primary. One woman here told me she voted for Trump in 2016 and 2020, but now wants Haley to stay in the race through the Republican National Convention in July because she thinks the GOP needs new leadership.

CNN's Kylie Atwood: "You want to see American normal, right?" Nikki Haley in Myrtle Beach two days out from the South Carolina primary.

The Guardian's Joan Greve: Another large crowd for Nikki Haley in Myrtle Beach. Two days until the South Carolina primary.

Politico's Lisa Kashinsky: Pretty lively crowd for Nikki Haley in Myrtle Beach tonight. When Haley delivered her stump speech line about Trump saying he would "encourage" Russia to attack NATO countries that don't meet financial obligations, boos rang out

Fox News' Deirdre Heavey: With 2 days until the South Carolina primary, @NikkiHaley hosts a rally in Myrtle Beach, SC, with about 300 enthusiastic supporters.

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - "Beast of the Southeast" Going Strong as Early Voting Comes to an End Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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