A third-party run for Nikki Haley with No Labels could face legal limits

CHARLESTON, South Carolina — Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley rejected speculation that she would join a third-party presidential ticket with No Labels.

But even if Haley reneged and teamed up with No Labels after her path to the White House became considerably difficult after losing South Carolina’s GOP primary on Saturday to former President Donald Trump, an independent run faces legal hurdles that would severely limit a path forward to the White House.

The fifth straight primary loss for Haley on Saturday has curtailed much of the momentum for her primary challenge against Trump. A major supporter of Haley, the Koch-backed Americans for Prosperity Action, announced it is pausing financial support of Haley’s campaign in a memo on Sunday.

No Labels’s founding chairman and national political director, Joe Cunningham, suggested on
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