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Haley Campaign Press Release - Gov. Chris Sununu Endorses Nikki Haley: "We're all in"

December 12, 2023

CHARLESTON, S.C. — New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu announced his endorsement of Nikki Haley for president at a town hall in Manchester tonight.

Gov. Sununu posted a formal endorsement on Twitter: "@NikkiHaley is the candidate with the momentum to win and get our party back on track to delivering conservative victories across the country. She's answered our questions and built trust. Proud to endorse Nikki Haley for President and hope you'll join me in this movement!"

"What Nikki gets is not four cool words on the license plate," Gov. Sununu said in his introduction tonight. "It is the heart of what we are here. It is about low taxes, limited government, local control, individual responsibility, all those things that we cherish and we celebrate in this country. And when I've seen her interact with those, that's what it is, it's that intangible, she gets it.

"This is not a campaign, everybody. This is a movement. This is a movement across this country. So let me bring out my friend, someone who looks people in the eye, answers their questions, and most importantly, has taken the time to earn the trust of the citizens and voters of this state, the next president of the United States, Nikki Haley!

"It's a great night in New Hampshire. It doesn't get any better than this," Nikki Haley said. "To get endorsed by the 'Live Free or Die' governor is about as rock-solid an endorsement as we could hope for. We don't think New Hampshire can just keep it to themselves. I think we need to be a 'Live Free or Die' country!'" Gov. Sununu is one of the most popular governors in America. He is serving in his fourth term as governor of New Hampshire and was reelected by large, double-digit margins. In 2020, when Donald Trump lost New Hampshire by eight points, Chris Sununu won reelection by over 30 points.

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - Gov. Chris Sununu Endorses Nikki Haley: "We're all in" Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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