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Nikki Haley Campaigns in New Hampshire, Emphasizes Parents’ Rights and Education

Nikki Haley Campaigns in New Hampshire

Last updated on September 8th, 2023 at 12:19 am

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is on a packed schedule in New Hampshire this week, where she plans to address critical issues in education and advocate for parents’ rights.

Haley, the sole female and parent contender in the 2024 Republican presidential race, is joining forces with Moms for Liberty, a parental rights activist group. 

Together, they will hold a town hall gathering in Manchester, New Hampshire, at a time when the city’s public school system is facing legal scrutiny over allegations of withholding information from parents about their child’s gender transition.

Nikki Haley New Hampshire Campaigns Swing Events:

Town Hall with Nikki Haley

Tuesday, September 5, 6:00 p.m
Claremont Senior Center, 5 Acer Heights Rd, Claremont, NH 

Meet and Greet with Nikki Haley

Wednesday, September 6, 2:00 p.m.
Merrimack VFW Post 8641, 282 Daniel Webster Hwy, Merrimack, NH

Parents In Charge Community Discussion With Nikki Haley and Moms for Liberty’s Tiffany Justice

Wednesday, September 6, 6:00 p.m.
Founders Academy, 5 Perimeter Rd, Manchester, NH 

Parents In Charge Town Hall with Nikki Haley and Moms for Liberty’s Tiffany Justice

Wednesday, September 6, 7:00 p.m.
Founders Academy, 5 Perimeter Rd, Manchester, NH

The school system’s stance is that it has the right to keep such information concealed from parents, sparking a debate about transparency in education. Nikki Haley, long an advocate for transparency in education, sees this as a vital issue.

Tiffany Justice, co-founder of Moms For Liberty, emphasized the importance of understanding where presidential candidates stand on issues like parental control and public school overreach. She stated, “It is vital for parents to know where all the presidential candidates stand on issues like the weaponization of the federal government against parents and public school overreach at the expense of parental control.”

Ken Farnaso, the spokesperson for Nikki Haley, reiterated the candidate’s commitment to empowering parents, stating, “There’s only one mom running for president, and Nikki will do whatever it takes to fight for our children’s future.”

In addition to her campaign efforts in New Hampshire, Haley’s campaign has gained momentum among young Americans and college students across the country. Young Americans for Nikki and Students for Haley have garnered support in 45 states and established campus chapters in 25 colleges nationwide.

Mason Foley, Executive Chair of Young Americans for Nikki, noted, “Nikki Haley is no stranger to fighting the tough battles, speaking the hard truths, and defying the odds.” He added that after her performance in the recent debate, it’s evident she poses a significant threat to Joe Biden’s campaign.

Travis Christoff, Founder of Students for Haley, emphasized Haley’s representation of a new generation of leadership. He stated, “Nikki represents a new generation of leadership, and Students for Haley is ready to spread her message of a strong and proud America to colleges and universities across the nation.”

While Students for Haley focuses on college campuses, Young Americans for Nikki will target young professionals with events, meetups, and volunteer opportunities. Together, these groups are working diligently to promote Nikki Haley as a presidential candidate who resonates with the younger generation.
Students For Haley Campus Chapters: Clemson University, University of Alabama, Auburn University, American University, Florida International University, University of Chicago, Eastern Kentucky University, Louisiana State University, Boston College, College of the Holy Cross, Michigan State University, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, University of Oklahoma, Coastal Carolina University, University of South Carolina, Wofford College, Baylor University, University of Texas at Austin, Liberty University, George Washington University, Catholic University, Westminster University, Loyola Maryland, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Georgetown University.

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