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Haley Campaign Press Release - Gov. Chris Sununu: "It's a two-person race."

December 13, 2023

KEENE, N.H. – Nikki Haley and Governor Chris Sununu barnstormed New Hampshire today, holding two packed town halls in Newport and Keene and talking to local and national media. The momentum is real. As Gov. Sununu said on CNN, "At this point, it's a two-person race. It's Nikki Haley versus Donald Trump."

On top of the town halls, here's what their schedule looked like today:

  1. WZID with Neil and Marga

  2. WFEA with Drew Cline

  3. WGIR with Chris Ryan

  4. Fox and Friends at the Red Arrow Diner

  5. CNN with Dana Bash

  6. WMUR with Adam Sexton

  7. The Guy Benson Show on Fox News Radio

  8. Julie Mason Show on SiriusXM POTUS Radio

  9. Michael Medved Show

Here's what people are saying:

ABC News' Kelsey Walsh: According to a @WSJ poll, @NikkiHaley has a 17-point lead over President Joe Biden in a hypothetical matchup. Haley reacted to the recent poll telling reporters on Tuesday night — "For Republicans who have lost over and over again, they don't want another nail biter election."

USA Today: Nikki Haley clinches crucial NH endorsement as she looks to narrow Donald Trump's lead

New Hampshire Union Leader: Sununu says Haley would bring 'Live Free or Die' spirit to White House

WMUR's Adam Sexton: Right now: @NikkiHaley -- introduced by @ChrisSununu -- holds a town hall event in Newport #FITN #NHPolitics #WMUR

Washington Post's Meryl Kornfield: A day after his endorsement, Gov. Sununu is on the trail with Nikki Haley, introducing her to voters at a town hall in Newport.

CNN's Ebony Davis: @NikkiHaley campaigns in Newport, New Hampshire with Gov. Chris Sununu following his endorsement

Boston Globe: Nikki Haley's rise in N.H. is a matter of ROI, supporters say

Thomas D. Rath, a former New Hampshire attorney general who has advised several GOP presidential candidates over the years, including Mitt Romney and George W. Bush, said Sununu's endorsement could add a booster pack to Haley's ground game.

"My guess is he will travel the state with her and for her," Rath said. "He knows everybody. He's been elected four times. ... He won't just endorse, he'll embrace. And I think that that's going to be very helpful to her."

Semafor's David Weigel: The scoreboard at this Nikki Haley event in NH displays her margin over Biden in the WSJ poll.

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - Gov. Chris Sununu: "It's a two-person race." Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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