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Nikki Haley focuses on South Carolina after Trump’s New Hampshire win

by NBC News

United Auto Workers union expected to endorse Biden

The United Auto Workers union is expected to endorse Biden as early as today, according to three people familiar with the decision.

Biden will address UAW members at their conference in Washington, D.C., this afternoon, where the endorsement of his 2024 bid will likely come, the sources said. 

Last fall, Biden became the first president to join a picket line when he visited autoworkers outside Detroit who were striking for higher wages and cost-of-living increases. 

Yesterday, Biden and former President Donald Trump both picked up wins in the New Hampshire primaries, victories that could mark the quick end of the primary process and the beginning of the general election.

The UAW endorsement could carry significant political implications because of the influence on voters in Michigan, a critical battleground in the 2024 election. Biden narrowly won the state last cycle.  

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Haley launches campaign ads in South Carolina

Fresh off the heels of the New Hampshire primary, Haley’s campaign has released two new TV ads in South Carolina, according to the ad tracking firm AdImpact.

“Biden? Too old. Trump? Too much chaos. A rematch no one wants,” a narrator says in one of the ads. “There’s a better choice for a better America. Her story started right here. America’s youngest governor, a conservative Republican. And boy, did she deliver. Nikki Haley will cut taxes, close the border and defeat the Chinese communist threat. America’s new chapter. Strong and proud.”

The ad has so far aired in the Savannah, Georgia, media market, which also covers part of South Carolina.

The second ad is a 15-second spot highlighting her record as a former governor of South Carolina.

Nikki Haley delivered thousands of jobs, lower taxes, tough immigration laws,” a narrator says. “Same old Biden and Trump? Or new conservative leadership?”

Steve Kornacki breaks down the results of the New Hampshire primary.


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