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  • Haley: Sheheen asleep at the switch when ESC was bankrupted

    10/05/2010 3:45:20 PM PDT · by Force of Truth · 2 replies
    www.nikkihaley.com ^ | October 5th, 2010 | www.nikkihaley.com
    Haley: Sheheen asleep at the switch when ESC was bankrupted October 5th, 2010 Haley: Sheheen asleep at the switch when ESC was bankruptedHouse Majority Leader says Haley found solutions for small businessCOLUMBIA, S.C. – State Rep. Nikki Haley and House Majority Leader Kenny Bingham released the following statements after a press conference in Columbia at the Department of Employment and Workforce:State Rep. Haley said, “After watching our unemployment trust fund go bankrupt, South Carolinians across the state were rightly asking, ‘Where was the red flag?’ The truth is it came in April of 2008, and when it was delivered...
  • Haley campaign responds to Sheheen’s negative TV ad

    09/25/2010 7:47:29 AM PDT · by Force of Truth · 2 replies
    nikkihaley.com ^ | 9/24/2010 | nikkihaley.com
    Haley campaign responds to Sheheen’s negative TV adLiberal trial lawyer has run out of things to say about his vision for S.C.COLUMBIA, S.C. – Haley for Governor campaign manager Tim Pearson today released the following statement in response to Vince Sheheen’s new negative TV ad:Pearson said, “With six weeks left in this race, and trailing badly in the polls, liberal trial lawyer Vince Sheheen has run out of things to say about his own vision for South Carolina, so he’s decided to go negative on Nikki Haley.“Not only are Senator Sheheen’s negative personal attacks against Nikki off base, but they...
  • SC Highlights Differences Between Republicans and Democrats

    06/23/2010 9:04:15 PM PDT · by CaroleL · 2 replies · 1+ views
    TalkingSides.com ^ | 06/24/10 | CaroleL
    South Carolina's candidates, voters and state party chairwomen are shining a strong spotlight on the differences between Republicans and Democrats in the current election cycle. This week's runoff victories by gubernatorial nominee Nikki Haley (R) and congressional nominee Tim Scott (R) proved that their conservative, smaller government message is just what Palmetto State voters want to hear while Democrats are struggling to figure out what their candidates' message might be.