Ryan E.
September 3, 2023

Nikki Haley Targeting Youth In 45 States

Many Republicans seem to be slipping right now.

Ron DeSantis has been sliding down ever since shortly after midterm elections in 2022.

People thought Tim Scott sounded EXACTLY like a career politician in the first debate.

Vivek Ramaswamy didn't gain a ton of popularity.

But Nikki Haley did.

I'm not saying that Haley is the most popular Republican out here right now, but she did at least come close to giving herself one of the biggest bumps out of anyone on the stage with a legitimate shot after the first Republican debate.

She had several big moments, some of them positive.

A positive one in terms of crowd reaction was her scolding Ramaswamy for not understanding what exactly is at stake in the war between Ukraine and Russia.

Many people didn't like it, but Haley really got people going when she said "If you want something said, ask a man. If you want something done, ask a woman."

America's right certainly wouldn't have tolerated it if Hillary Clinton would have said something sexist on stage to a group of men, so it's hard to tell how many Republicans didn't appreciate Haley doing pretty much exactly that.

Still, any attention is good attention, and Haley is getting attention right now.

She is trying to capitalize on it by launching a 45-state effort to capture the youth vote.

So far, Haley's campaign has launched Students for Haley campus chapters at 25 American colleges.

"With committed supporters in 45 states, it is clear that young Americans across the nation are hungry for a principled and unifying leader that will take our nation into the next generation. Nikki Haley is no stranger to fighting the tough battles, speaking the hard truths and defying the odds," Mason Foley, executive chair of Young Americans for Nikki, said. "After last week’s debate, it’s obvious that Nikki Haley is Joe Biden’s biggest threat. We can’t wait to spread her message to voters across America, starting with our alma mater, Clemson University."

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