06.03.2011 [Politico] - NikkiHaley, both Republicans. The interest comes because millions of Indians who have emigrated to the United States over the past four decades tend to be high-achieving doctors, lawyers, businesspeople, and now politicians — creating successful
05.03.2011 [Politico] - elect NikkiHaley — but he's also spent time in states that could be important if the primary drags out beyond the early primaries and caucuses. For all the strength he gained in the 2008 race, Romney is coming back to the table with his two biggest
Nimrata Kaur (Nikki) Randhawa Haley (born January 20, 1972) is an American politician and the 116th and current Governor of South Carolina. A member of the Republican Party, Haley represented Lexington County in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 2005 to 2010.
04.03.2011 Thursday's editorial takes Gov. Haley to task for what seems to be her desire to play politics with health care: In general, Gov. NikkiHaley has surprised us time and again since her election with her thoughtfulness in many
07.03.2011 [Charleston Post Courier] - Some of those workers remain at the former headquarters of Continental on Devine Street. It is good news when a company decides to move to Columbia, Gov. NikkiHaley said. But, she added, "It's an absolute celebration when we have an expansion."
07.03.2011 [Swing State Project] - This is part of three posts analyzing the 2010 South Carolina gubernatorial election, in which Republican NikkiHaley won a closer-than-expected victory over Democrat Vincent Sheheen. The main focus of these posts will be to explore whether a racial
07.03.2011 [Myrtle Beach Sun News] - NikkiHaley and took office in January. His challenge will be to cut the state's 10.7 percent unemployment rate, one of the highest in the nation. Question | What's at the top of your to-do list? Answer | At the very top of my to-do list is to attract
06.03.2011 [Myrtle Beach Sun News] - NikkiHaley has been catching the attention of the national media lately. Last week she was featured on ABC's "This Week." And today Haley, South Carolina's Republican governor for one month and a GOP rising star, is the interview subject in today's
25.02.2011 [CNN] - NikkiHaley has clashed with organized labor, though not public employee unions. "What you are seeing right now is a whole lot of political talk in DC and a whole lot of work in the states," said Haley, who was sworn in as the state's first female
28.02.2011 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - NikkiHaley says President Barack Obama's offer to let states obtain waivers from his health care overhaul in 2014 – three years earlier than scheduled – is not enough. South Carolina Gov. NikkiHaley at a meeting of governors hosted by President
07.03.2011 [Politics Daily] - NikkiHaley is sending out report cards. She will be grading the votes of state legislators. The governor's announcement last week came with a letter "To the People of South Carolina" that said: "The purpose of the report card is to track the results
03.03.2011 [The State] - NikkiHaley had a very good day in the SC House on Wednesday as lawmakers approved several of her highest priorities. But those wins may not translate into law unless the Senate and, in some cases, SC voters agree, too. And the Senate, in particular
07.03.2011 [The State] - NikkiHaley, to listen. “I don't want a political answer. I want a mom's answer,” the Columbia mother said. Lisa's 2-year-old son, Noah, has cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease characterized by mucus buildup in the lungs and difficulty breathing.
28.02.2011 [WCBD] - Monday, February 28, 8:00 AM: Gov. Haley to speak at RGA Breakfast, The W Hotel, Washington, DC Monday, February 28, 9:30 AM: Gov. Haley to attend meeting with President Obama and fellow governors, The White House, Washington
06.03.2011 [The State] - NikkiHaley told a Lexington Town Hall audience Thursday that South Carolina can not afford the long-term cost of its state employee and retiree health care and pension programs. Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey, the world's leading
04.03.2011 [The Tand D.com] - NikkiHaley's plans to grade them on how they follow her agenda. She released a draft of her report card Thursday. Calling it a "publicity stunt," Sen. Brad Hutto, D-Orangeburg, said Haley needs to worry about her branch of government.
25.02.2011 [The Herald | HeraldOnline.com] - NikkiHaley made her first public visit to York County Friday with a hard-hat tour of the AbitibiBowater plant, one of the county's largest employers since the 1960s. Company executives ferried Haley and her entourage around the campus in a fleet of
07.03.2011 [Hilton Head Island Packet] - NikkiHaley's first big challenge is the dilemma over whether to continue a tax benefit for Amazon, the Internet retailer that is constructing a $100 million distribution center in North Charleston. Retailers across the state see such support as being
27.02.2011 [The State] - By JOHN O'CONNOR - firstname.lastname@example.org June Maranville thought she was one of the small-business owners that NikkiHaley pledged to support when the Lexington Republican was running for governor last fall. But a $700 million state budget deficit has
02.03.2011 [The State] - NIKKIHaley has done an excellent job of working with the Legislature. She has met frequently with legislative leaders and made it clear that she wants to cooperate rather than being confrontational, demonstrating quite well how a governor can
25.02.2011 [Victoria Advocate] - NikkiHaley has proposed that South Carolina's state parks be folded into the state Department of Natural Resources. Parrish says he will tour all 46 parks during the next six months and report back to the governor. "It's always good to take a look and
28.02.2011 [WCBD] - NikkiHaley had recommended cutting all state money, $2.5 million from the Commission. But in the budget that will hit the House floor in a couple of weeks, the Commission is cut by only 6% or $123000,00. Commission executive director Ken May says he
01.03.2011 [The State] - NikkiHaley's cabinet will earn no more than their predecessors, according to a state panel that approves pay. The State Agency Head Salary Commission approved new cabinet pay Tuesday morning, and all new cabinet hires will earn the same pay as their
09.02.2011 [WCBD] - South Carolina Governor NikkiHaley is in the Lowcountry this morning to for what's being billed as an "economic development announcement" in St. George. Local and state lawmakers are not saying much about what the announcement will be.
05.03.2011 [Hilton Head Island Packet] - NikkiHaley. Most outside of local government -- and even some within -- seem not to know who's on the Greater Island Council or what it does, and even some of its members wish it would step out of the shadows. "I really can't defend (the group's lack
06.03.2011 [SCNow] - Muddying the theoretical waters is the current occupant of the governor's mansion, NikkiHaley. Just a few months into her term she is already something of a polarizer. Legislators and capitol watchers aren't quite sure what to make of the state's
09.02.2011 [The State] - NikkiHaley gets strong marks from voters, according to those surveyed in a poll this week. But a majority of those voters also disagree with Haley's opposition to a proposal by SC hospitals to voluntarily raise their taxes in order to stave off cuts
05.03.2011 [SCNow] - NikkiHaley during a meeting with the state's four-year college presidents last month. “At this point, it's difficult to predict exactly how those yardsticks are to be used to measure institutions that have different missions and standards,” Carter
02.03.2011 [The State] - The merger also would eliminate the only African-American member of Republican Gov. NikkiHaley's cabinet — Kela Thomas. Thomas' appointment to Haley's cabinet as director of the Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon was just approved by the
28.02.2011 [Aiken Standard (subscription)] - NikkiHaley, who had planned to visit Aiken Thursday, will instead be in town on March 15. The stop in Aiken is part of Haley's "The Movement" tour. The governor plans to lead several meetings in town halls across the state. These meetings will focus