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Haley Campaign Press Release - Isn't It Time We Had a Republican Who Can Win a General Election?

November 08, 2023

CHARLESTON, S.C. – After Republicans suffered big losses in the 2022 midterms, the pattern continues one year later.

Whether it's a purple state like Virginia, a leaning red state like Ohio, or a deep red state like Kentucky, the election results last night were bad for Republicans with the exception of a few bright spots. (Looking at you, Jay Ruais.)

Virginia: Republicans lost control of both houses of the legislature despite spending millions of dollars.

Ohio: The ballot question enshrining abortion in the state constitution passed easily.

Kentucky: A compelling Republican candidate running with the complete support of the Republican Governors Association lost.

We all know that Donald Trump struggles against Joe Biden in 2024, while Nikki Haley easily defeats Biden. In fact, Haley is the only candidate to lead Biden outside of the margin of error in a recent CNN poll. She is +9 against Biden in the New York Times/Siena College poll of battleground states, while Trump is +3. It's the worst-kept secret in politics: Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and the entire Democrat Party want to run against Donald Trump, and they are terrified of running against Haley.

And what about Ron DeSantis? Well, let's take a look at the latest New York Times/Siena College polling of key battleground states:

Nevada: Haley +9, DeSantis +4

Georgia: Haley +5, DeSantis +1

Arizona: Haley +9, DeSantis +4

Michigan: Haley +10, DeSantis -1

Pennsylvania: Haley +10, DeSantis +4

Wisconsin: Haley +14, DeSantis +4

To beat Biden and save America, the data is conclusive:

Trump is a loser.

DeSantis is a loser.

Haley is a winner.

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - Isn't It Time We Had a Republican Who Can Win a General Election? Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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