A week after a controversial decision by Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus to let a candidate from one of the most conservative political parties enter the presidential race, another GOP candidate is on the ballot in the South Carolina primary.

On Saturday, former South Carolina Gov.

Nikki Haley (R) announced her bid for the GOP nomination in the state’s primary for the party’s presidential nomination.

She joins Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) and former Florida Gov.

Jeb Bush, who have announced they will run.

The GOP race is expected to be the biggest in the country and could potentially have a significant impact on the 2016 presidential race.

Here’s a look at the candidates and the races that could decide the White House.

Nikki Haley Nikki Haley is a former South Carolinian who served as governor from 2013 to 2015.

Haley is running as a Republican and has been running for president since 2007.

Haley made history in 2017 when she became the first woman to be elected to the U.N. Security Council, but it has been rocky for her as she has struggled with an aggressive, anti-Semitic message that has come under fire.

Haley has also been criticized for a controversial statement that she made on her radio show that she would not “bully” Trump supporters.

Her comments were taken out of context and criticized as insensitive to white supremacists.

In her campaign, Haley has been endorsed by former U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron, as well as by U.C.L.A. professor Mark Goldstone, a longtime friend of Trump.

Haley was born in the southern state of South Carolina and received her undergraduate degree from Columbia University.

In addition to her role in the State Department, she is a graduate of Princeton University.

She was elected to Congress in 2012.

In 2016, Haley served as U.P. president for a time.

During her tenure, Haley was one of only three U.A.’s to receive an “A” rating from the U-M’s Center for International Policy.

In 2017, Haley became the third woman to serve as vice president of the U, and she also served as a member of the Cabinet under President George W. Bush.

Nikki said that she hopes to bring more women into leadership positions in her administration and help bring greater diversity to the cabinet.

“It’s a huge step forward for the country,” Haley told CNN.

“We can’t have only one voice.

I think this is something we all can agree on.”

On Saturday morning, Haley will be joined by her husband, former President George H.W. Bush, and former Gov.

Mike Huckabee, according to CNN.

Bush and Huckabee have both said that they would support Haley if she becomes the party nominee.

However, other Republican candidates have also been weighing in, including former Florida Sen. Rick Scott, who recently announced he would run for the nomination, as the governor of Georgia.

The candidates will have a total of five debates in the Republican primary and the general election.

The Republican primary is expected, to be held in March in South Carolina, and the primary will decide the winner of the South Carolinians March 1 primary.

The state’s March 1 runoff is slated for April 13.

Nikki is the latest of a group of Republican candidates who have been endorsed and endorsed by prominent conservatives, including South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and former Texas Gov.

Rick Perry.

Other prominent GOP politicians have also endorsed Haley.

She is one of seven candidates in the field for the Democratic nomination, which is still open and will be contested in April.

Haley currently leads in most polls of South Carolinas likely Democratic primary voters.

Haley will have the support of former New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo, who is also a former Republican governor.

Cuomo and Haley were both governor of New York.

Christie, meanwhile, is the longest serving governor in the nation and was governor of the state from 2011 to 2014.

Christie also was one who was a leading supporter of former President Donald Trump.

Christie has also made headlines during his time in office for his outspoken and controversial statements, including his comments that Muslims in the U., including the governor, should be banned from entering the country.

He has also criticized other politicians, including Sen. Ted Cruz (R.-Texas), who is considered a frontrunner for the Republican nomination.

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