Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley has seen significant momentum behind her campaign in the later stages of the 2024 Republican presidential primary, particularly in New Hampshire. However, this might not be enough for her to compete with former President Donald Trump in her home state of South Carolina.
Haley boasts a long history in South Carolina politics, after serving several terms as a state house representative and eventually becoming governor. She was elected to the governorship in 2010 and reelected in 2014. After gaining national popularity for her performance in the position, she left the post to join former President Donald Trump’s administration as ambassador to the United Nations.
Now, she faces off against him in the 2024 Republican primary race, in which she has emerged in the polls as the second place candidate behind Trump.
Despite Haley’s South Carolinian roots and history in the state’s