Presidential candidate Nikki Haley, the first and only woman to enter the 2024 Republican primary battle, agrees that there's a long way to go until Election Day.
"This is a marathon, it’s not a sprint. I’m not concerned with where things are now. I’m concerned about touching as many voters as we can and watching that go," Haley said.
"It’s slow and steady wins the race," Haley added.
The former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations has kept that slow, steady pace since launching her campaign in early 2023.
"Haley, a mother to two children, has committed to signing a federal abortion ban, although noting she believes the prospect of such a ban getting through Congress is unlikely," reports Fox News. "Conversely, Trump said earlier this month that Florida's six-week restriction was 'too harsh.'"
"Unapologetically pro-life," Haley said at Saint Anselm College and New England Council’s "Politics and Eggs" event that she plans to "treat it with the respect it deserves."
As a candidate, Haley is running on a multitude of issues that are important to Americans.
Haley is passionate about defending Second Amendment rights, controlling illegal immigration, creating jobs, and she boasts a staunchly pro-life point of view.
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