Nikky Haley’s swan song before Super Tuesday costs a million dollars

Republican United States presidential candidate Nikky Haley managed to raise $1 million in less than 24 hours despite losing the South Carolina primary to former President Donald Trump, who wants to return to the White House.

Haley, who had to settle for 40 percent voter support, reiterated that she would continue the fight before Super Tuesday, March 5, when primaries will be held in several states.

“Millions of Americans want a better choice in this election,” Haley spokeswoman AnnMarie Graham-Bar said in a statement.

But in order to stay in the race, today, shortly after losing the election in her home state and where she was governor, she asked for the financial support of her supporters to finance the race.

He made the announcement in a long text message sent early Sunday morning I would be driving to Michigan today – the next state to have a primary – and then prepare for Super Tuesday.

“But for that I need your help to fund my fight. “Can you send me a generous donation today to help fund this next important step?” his message reads.

Graham-Bar emphasized that Haley, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, is “heading full speed toward Super Tuesday, where voters will have the opportunity to vote for her promise of American strength and an end to chaos.”

He recalled that the Republican nominee has consistently reported “impressive” fundraising efforts, including last January, more than Trump, when he reported $9.3 million.

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