On Thursday, Nikki Haley appeared at a gathering of conservative women in Phoenix to discuss the GOP’s political future and how the party can embrace new voters by adopting a new direction.
While the former U.N. ambassador and South Carolina governor did not disclose her 2024 presidential plans, Haley did hint that she would play an active role in helping Republicans in the 2022 midterm elections.
Due to recent events, a change in strategy may be necessary if the party wishes to maintain relevance in the Grand Canyon State.
During the Arizona special election last year, incumbent Republican Sen. Martha McSally lost her seat to Democrat Mark Kelly. In the presidential election that same year, Arizona went blue for the first time since 1996.
According to the former ambassador, there is a lot at stake for Republicans going forward. But Haley was not without ideas for how party members could work