Last updated on August 5th, 2023 at 05:02 am
Presidential candidate Nikki Haley is intensifying her campaign efforts with a series of events in key states and a significant advertising push. On August 7-8, 2023, Haley is set to attend the New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women’s Summer Soirée event, host a meet and greet, and hold a town hall in the Granite State.
This visit marks her 45th campaign event in New Hampshire, showcasing her commitment to connecting with voters in this influential state.
New Hampshire swing with Nikki Haley
Politics and Prosecco Summer Soirée
Monday, August 7, 6:30 p.m.
LaBelle Winery, 345 State Rte 101
Amherst, N.H. 03031
Meet and Greet with Nikki Haley
Tuesday, August 8, 12:00 p.m.
Veterans of Foreign Wars Hudson Memorial Post 5791
15 Bockes Rd., Hudson, N.H. 03051
A Town Hall with Nikki Haley
Tuesday, August 8, 2:00 p.m.
Huntsman International, 57 Daniel Webster Highway
Merrimack, N.H. 03054
Pro- Nikki Haley Super PAC $13 Million Ad Push in Iowa and New Hampshire:
In a strategic move, Stand for America PAC has launched its first TV ad in support of Haley’s presidential bid. The ad emphasizes Haley’s foreign policy experience and her stance towards Communist China, which has been a focal point in her campaign.
Haley’s China plan, which she unveiled during a policy address at the American Enterprise Institute on June 27, consists of a three-pronged approach: economically, militarily, and domestically. She aims to ensure that China does not exploit the U.S. economy for its military advantage and to halt the export of sensitive technology to Beijing. Additionally, she plans to strengthen military ties with key allies in the region, bolster Taiwan’s defense capabilities, and address issues related to Chinese propaganda and the fentanyl trade.
Building upon the first phase of her China plan, Haley has expanded her policy proposals. She now seeks to roll back green energy mandates and subsidies that she perceives as benefiting China, cut off Chinese drug trafficking money, limit government purchases of Chinese tech posing a threat to national security, and halt U.S. collaboration with China on science and technology.
As the campaign progresses, Haley has been leveraging her experience as U.N. Ambassador to distinguish herself from other candidates and emerge as a prominent voice addressing the challenges posed by Communist China. Her policy focus and significant ad push are signaling her determination to make a lasting impact in the Republican primary race.
She’ll participate in the Des Moines Register’s Political Soapbox series on Saturday, August 12.
Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds is also headlining her own series of Republican candidates, which she’s calling Fair-Side Chats.