Nikki Haley's pitch is that she can beat Joe Biden. But now that she's lost — twice — voters are signaling they aren't concerned about electability as much as a candidate that shares their values.
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Nikki Haley has vowed to continue her campaign. But if she were to suspend before South Carolina's primary, it could be the earliest a candidate wraps up the nomination in the last 40 years.
Just one week after the Iowa caucuses, New Hampshire holds the country's first primary election.
The New Hampshire resort town was the first place in the nation to vote in the 2024 primaries. The voters were outnumbered more than 10-to-1 by reporters from every corner of the globe.
Haley is the only major candidate left facing former President Donald Trump. Even though she has her best polling numbers in N.H., which votes Tuesday, the rest of the calendar is an uphill battle.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is adopting an unusual strategy ahead of the New Hampshire presidential primary – by campaigning in South Carolina.
One woman called herself a super volunteer for Christie. Another man hosted the former New Jersey governor in his home. New Hampshire voters who backed Christie have to decide how to vote on Tuesday.
Carroll, a writer, sued Trump in 2019, accusing him of ruining her reputation when he called her a liar and denied her accusations of sexual assault.
The former president has been in the Granite State almost every night this week, touting his 30-point victory in Iowa's caucuses. He's counting on New Hampshire's voters to help him win big.
ABC News said candidates Donald Trump and Nikki Haley did not confirm their participation by the deadline. Haley said she wants to face off against either Trump or President Biden in her next debate.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis told South Carolina voters he is best positioned to beat former president Donald Trump over their former governor, Nikki Haley, who placed third in the Iowa Caucus.
The former president faces another New York trial that will determine how much in damages is owed to writer E. Jean Carroll. A decision could come by the end of the month.
Why does Iowa dominate the political conversation every four years around this time, and how do the caucuses even work? Let's explore why they matter in 2024.
A smaller pool of Republican candidates competing to be president will face off Wednesday night — one last time before primary elections begin in the new year.