Haley to formally announce 2024 presidential campaign, report
The former South Carolina GOP governor will reportedly on Feb. 15 officially announce her bid to seek her party's 2024 presidential nomination.
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Former South Carolina GOP Gov. Nikki Haley is reportedly planning in the coming weeks to officially announcing a 2024 presidential campaign – a move that would make her the second Republican after former President Donald Trump to seek the party's nomination.
Haley, also a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, is expected to formally declare her candidacy at an event on Feb. 15 in Charleston, South Carolina, the state's Post and Courier newspaper reported late Tuesday evening, citing "a member of Haley's inner circle."
For months, Haley has teased running for the nomination, continuing to use her signature line that she's "never lost an election."
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