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SC Gov. Nikki Haley to Stump for Romney

Wednesday, 12 Sep 2012 03:13 PM

By Andra Varin

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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley plans to hit the campaign trail hard for Mitt Romney over the next two months, trying to win over women voters for the Republican presidential nominee.

“Governor Haley has a very full schedule of job creation and economic development meetings and events in the next two months,” Haley spokesman Rob Godfrey told The State newspaper. “But as much as her schedule permits, she does plan on helping the Romney-Ryan ticket.”

He added, “Governor Haley recognizes that one of the biggest things holding back South Carolina’s economy are the anti-business, anti-jobs policies coming from President Obama.”

The Republican freshman governor has already campaigned for Romney in a number of states. Haley had a prime-time speaking role at the GOP convention in Tampa, Fla. She appeared just before the candidate’s wife, Ann Romney.


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