SC Gov. Haley stumps for Romney in Pa.
CAMP HILL, Pa. (AP) — South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is making the case for Republican presidential front-runner Mitt Romney in Pennsylvania, telling a gathering of conservatives that Romney has her support because he’s a Washington, D.C., outsider and has been tested in the private sector.
Haley spoke to hundreds Friday at the Pennsylvania Leadership Conference as a stand-in for Romney, who was campaigning in Louisiana. She also fielded several pointed audience questions, such as whether Romney changes his positions when politically convenient. She says politicians grow and change over time.
Haley endorsed Romney in December and also campaigned with him in New Hampshire and South Carolina.
She says she wouldn’t accept an invitation to be Romney’s vice presidential candidate, and that she’s anxious for Republicans to wrap up the primary.