CHESTER COUNTY, S.C. (CN2 NEWS) Former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley helped Congressman Ralph Norman launch his campaign, but her own possible run for president is what many were talking about.
Haley didn’t address it herself, but Norman said he would fill a venue the size of the Gateway Center three times in support of Haley. Haley did say she is moving back to South Carolina in May.
Bob Ziembicki, who is with the Sun City Republican Party, said he hopes to see a conservative woman become the first female president of the United States.
“When we heard Nikki was going to be here, it was like unbelievable. We know she’s going to be the next president — should I say female president — in 2024. We’re voting for her, absolutely.”
Richburg Fire Chief John Algee says Haley supported first responders and did a lot to help industries in the Richburg area, which is why he’d vote for her if she runs for president.
“She’s got my vote already, I’m ready to vote for her. She’d make a very good president,” said Algee.
Haley was elected as South Carolina governor in 2010. In 2017,halfway through her second term, she became the US ambassador to the UN. She resigned from that position in 2018.