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A Republicanshe was first elected on November 2,defeating Democratic nominee Vincent Sheheen. She was sworn into office on January 12, Haley won re-election in against Sheheen, who sought a rematch of their race. She began her second term in the governor's office on January 14, Haley accepted the position of U. She was confirmed by the U. Senate on January 24,by a vote. She reed from the position on December 31, Her parents—Sikh immigrants Dr. Haley has two brothers, Mitti and Charan, and one sister, Simran.

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She graduated from Orangeburg Preparatory School and earned her B. After finishing college, Haley was hired at FCR Corporation, a waste management and recycling company. She later became the chief financial officer for her family's clothing business, Exotica International, which her mother opened as a gift shop when Haley was. At 13, Haley was put in charge of the company's bookkeeping; as an adult, Haley—as CFO—helped expand Exotica International into a multimillion-dollar company.

She was named to the Lexington Chamber of Commerce inand in the same year she became treasurer of the National Association of Women Business Owners, going on to become its president in Haley occupied membership and leadership roles within various organizations including, but not limited to: [7].

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Haley was elected governor of South Carolina on November 2,and took office on January 12, She was re-elected in to a second four-year term in office. She did not finish her second term, instead accepting the position of U. On November 23,Haley said, "I always expected to finish the remaining two years of my second term as governor, [but I was] moved to accept this new asment [out of a] sense of duty.

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When the President believes you have a major contribution to make to the welfare of our nation, and to our nation's standing in the world, that is a calling that is important to heed. According to her official biography, Haley's gubernatorial priorities were creating jobs; improving the state's business climate; working toward pension, Medicaid, and immigration reform; cutting taxes for small businesses; instituting a voter identification law; and creating the office of inspector general.

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On June 22,Haley called for the removal of the Confederate flag from South Carolina's capitol grounds following the mass shooting at the African Methodist Church on June 17,where nine people were killed, including state Senator Clementa Pinckney D. During the press conference, Haley told reporters, "This flag, while an integral part of our past, does not represent the future of housewives seeking real sex donalds south carolina great state.

Haley told reporters during the press conference that if the state's legislature did not take up the issue during the legislative session's final week—a week that began the day of her press conference—she would call lawmakers back for a special session.

Haley had ly supported the flag's use as a symbol of the South's heritage. After a week filled with funerals for the victims of what had been deemed "the Charleston Massacre," she came to the decision that the flag should come down. The House passed the bill by a vote of on June 8, and by a vote of on July 9. The final vote on the bill came in the early morning of July 9, after a hour debate over the flag's removal.

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After the bill's passage, Haley used 13 pens to the bill on July 9, nine of which were given to the families of the nine victims who were killed in the mass shooting. After the state House passed the bill, Haley released the following statement on her Facebook : "Today, as the Senate did before them, the House of Representatives has served the State of South Carolina and her people with great dignity. I'm grateful for their service and their compassion.

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It is a new day in South Carolina, a day we can all be proud of, a day that truly brings us all together as we continue to heal, as one people and one state. The flag was removed from the state house grounds in a ceremony on the morning of July After the ceremonial removal of the flag, Haley said in an interview that the flag should never have been on the capitol grounds in the first place.

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According to some pundits, Haley's outspoken calls for the Confederate battle flag to be removed from the state's capitol grounds brought her into the public spotlight and made her a contender for the vice presidential slot on the Republican ticket. Though South Carolina had adopted the Common Core Standards, Haley ed legislation in June requiring the state to replace the standards with new ones written by the South Carolina Department of Education after the school year.

For that year, the Common Core standards remained in place. The bill replacing Common Core with state-written standards also created a role for the South Carolina State Legislature in reviewing and approving these new standards to prevent the restoration of Common Core under a different name.

Haley had long opposed Common Core as had outgoing Housewives seeking real sex donalds south carolina Mick Zaiswho specifically warned against his eventual successor putting Common Core back in place through such a method. The letter asked the board to dismiss the April complaint it made against aircraft maker Boeing, which planned to operate a plant in South Carolina.

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The letter was dated June 16, A June analysis by The Business Journals ranked 45 governors based on the annual private sector growth rate in all 50 states using data from the U. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Haley was ranked The five governors omitted from the analysis all assumed office in After the terrorist attacks in Paris, France, on November housewives seeking real sex donalds south carolina,many U.

Haley expressed conditional opposition to the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the state of South Carolina. She said, "After reviewing recent public statements and personally speaking today with intelligence officials, it is my understanding that while our national housewives seeking real sex donalds south carolina agencies are working tirelessly to vet potential refugees, there remain gaps in available intelligence for those fleeing Syria.

This lack of historical and verifiable intelligence with many Syrian refugees makes it difficult, if not impossible, to thoroughly vet individuals seeking to enter the United States as a refugee. Therefore, until I can be assured that all potential refugees from Syria have no ties to terrorist organizations, I am requesting that the State Department not resettle any Syrian refugees in South Carolina.

Haley was a member of the South Carolina House of Representatives from to She was first elected to the chamber in by voters of District She was named chairwoman of the Freshman Caucus in and majority whip for the House Republican Caucus in She served on the Education and Public Works Committee. Haley was mentioned in as a possible Republican vice presidential candidate.

for the full list of those who were floated by politicians and news outlets as possible running mates. Haley ran for a second term as governor in the elections and won re-election. Haley won the Republican nomination, running unopposed in the primary on June The general election took place on November 4, In FebruaryHaley's plan was to wait until the legislative session concluded on June 6 to announce her final decision about whether to enter the race. Charleston State University hosted a debate featuring all five candidates for governor, though Nikki Haley R and Vincent Sheheen D trained their attention against each other on the issue of ethics.

Sheheen struck at Haley for past accusations of illegal lobbying during her time as a state legislator, arguing that the state would never be led in the right direction with Haley in office. Haley responded that she was cleared of charges twice by the state House in and that Sheheen voted against a proposed ethics reform law twice over the past two years. Sheheen claimed that the Republican-supported reform would not go far enough to deal with lobbying concerns.

The three third-party candidates discussed their stances on marijuana legalization and job creation. Independent candidate Tom Ervin argued against the legalization of marijuana, suggesting that medical evidence showed lowered intelligence from habitual use. United Citizens Party candidate Morgan Reeves countered Ervin's points by stating that marijuana first existed in the "imagination of God" and could produce tax revenue for the state.

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Libertarian Party candidate Steve French opposed increasing the state's minimum wage and compared jobs to sex by saying, "You shouldn't brag about it if you have to pay for it. On November 2, —in the first open gubernatorial election in South Carolina since —Haley defeated Vincent Sheheen D by a little less than 60, votes out of nearly 1.

She became South Carolina's first female governor when she took office on January 12, While Haley received 49 percent of all ballots cast among the four candidates in the gubernatorial primary, she did not receive the 50 percent-plus-one needed to secure the nomination outright, necessitating a runoff.

Her opponent was Gresham Barrett, who had finished second in the primary with The runoff was held June 22, and Haley won.

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InHaley was re-elected for a third term to the South Carolina House of Representatives with According to Lexington County electionHaley received 17, of the total votes. Edgar Gomez, the Democratic candidate, received 3, Haley ran unopposed and was elected to a second term. In the election, Haley defeated then-longest-serving Representative Larry Koon, who had served since In the primary election, Haley won 40 percent 2, votes of the total, and Koons won 42 percent 2, votes.

Haley won Since there was no Democratic challenger, Haley ran unopposed and won the seat. The finance data shown here comes from the disclosures required of candidates and parties. Depending on the election or state, this may not represent all the funds spent on their behalf.

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