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Haley Campaign Press Release - VIDEO: We Have A Choice

March 05, 2024

CHARLESTON, S.C. — The Nikki Haley for President campaign released a new digital ad reminding voters what's at stake as voters in 15 states vote today.

Elections are about choices, and the choice in this election couldn't be clearer: losing with Donald Trump and his perpetual chaos or winning with Nikki Haley and her strong conservative principles.

Watch the ad here:

"This primary is about the future of the Republican Party and our country," said Haley national spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas. "Do we want to lose the White House, Senate, and House, or win races from the presidency all the way down to school boards? Anger, chaos and division…or vision, solutions and hope? That's the choice before voters today."

Since 2016, Trump's brand of anger and division has led Republicans to resounding electoral defeats year after year:

  • In 2017, Trump threw his support behind Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race, only to see Moore lose in ruby-red Alabama to Democrat Doug Jones.
  • In 2018, Democrats netted 41 seats in the U.S. House of Representatives, giving Nancy Pelosi the speaker's gavel for the second time in two decades.
  • In 2020, Donald Trump lost his reelection bid, and Republicans lost the Senate after Trump's drama cost the GOP two Senate seats in Georgia.
  • In 2022, Republicans predicted a historic red wave given Biden's historically bad poll numbers. Instead, Republicans took back the House with the thinnest of margins and lost key Senate races around the country.
  • In 2023, Democrats kept Kentucky governorship and voters in Ohio codified the right to abortion in the state constitution.
  • In 2024, Republicans' razor-thin House majority got even slimmer when the GOP lost the special election in New York's Third Congressional District.
  • In 2024, powerful House Republicans are dropping like flies because they know Republicans won't keep the House with Trump on the ticket.

Nikki Haley, Haley Campaign Press Release - VIDEO: We Have A Choice Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project

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