Nikki Haley

November 3, 2010 by Post Team 

Nikki Haley, It was shortly after midnight Eastern time in South Carolina when the governor-elect Nikki Haley stepped before his supporters in Columbia.

“Trust me, I wanted to be here before us,” he said. Then, waving his arms, urging the crowd: “But are thrilled!”

Haley, a Republican State Representative, defeated Democratic state Sen. Vincent Sheehan and become the first woman governor of South Carolina and the nation’s only female governor-American Indian. “You know, tomorrow morning there will be a lot of news and a lot of observers say that made history and somehow, you can see me and say we did,” Haley told the crowd. “But my question is that we’re turning a page. We’re turning a page where we have been, but the story is going to be where we are.”

Haley, whose political outlook echoes many themes tea party, was driven by the support of Sarah Palin in busy primary last June, the Republican Party. Tonight, Haley told his followers, “Eighteen months ago, I saw a state and federal government to lose control. Arrogant in their spending. Arrogant in their responsibility and the need to step forward and say that we have to our state and our country back. “He continued:” We wanted the government to remember that every dollar that was not government money is taxpayer money and how we spend is important. Today the people of South Carolina embraced that message. ”

“This movement is not going to be about a person. Never going to be about a choice,” said Haley, “This movement was about to take shape in our state and our country back.”

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