Koch network backs Nikki Haley in the Republican race

Nov 28, 2023 View Original Article
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81% : Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said she was honored to receive the endorsement of Americans for Prosperity Action, which was set up by the billionaire Koch brothers'In addition, our internal polling consistently shows that Nikki Haley is by far the strongest candidate Republicans could put up against Joe Biden in a general election - winning every key battleground state and up nationally by nearly 10 points.'
61% : 'Between her surging to second place in the polls since August and being well-positioned amongst supporters of the other candidates, she is in a strong position to gather more support,' said Emily Seidel, a senior adviser to the Koch group's Americans for Prosperity Action, in a memo.
61% : 'I'm honored to have the support of Americans for Prosperity Action, including its millions of grass-roots members all across the country,' said Haley. 'A.F.P. Action's members know that there is too much at stake in this election to sit on the sidelines.'The DeSantis campaign could not disguise its irritation.

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