Republican Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota is bragging about conservative successes.
"We’re breaking all records in economic growth and development and our population’s growing at ten times the national average, so we’ve got a lot of wonderful things to talk about – how conservative principles work and have benefited our state," Noem said.
Noem was sworn in for a second term over the weekend.
"Noem, a conservative congresswoman who spent eight years in the House of Representatives before winning South Dakota’s governorship in 2018, was overwhelmingly re-elected in November in the reliably red state," reports Fox News.
Noem was asked if she is considering a 2024 White House run.
"I'm focused on doing my job here in South Dakota," Noem answered.
"I’m focused here but I’m going to continue telling South Dakota’s stories," Noem added.
Noem highlighted that "we kept our state open" throughout the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. "We balanced our budget. I’m going to bring forward and pass the largest tax cut in South Dakota history this legislative session. We protected parental rights. We reformed our education system and it’s working."
"Our state is thriving because we put forward and put in place conservative policies," the governor said, adding "that’s a story that I think can bring hope to the rest of the country."
Source: Fox News