NV Republicans Prefer ‘None Of The Above’ To Nikki Haley
India-West News Desk
RENO, NV – GOP presidential Nikki Haley lost the Nevada primary on February 6. With Donald Trump not on the ballot, voters picked the “none of the above” option.
While Nevada’s primary is not considered consequential, the symbolism would have been a boost to Haley if she had won.
Campaign spokesperson Olivia Perez-Cubas told the media that it was all “rigged.”
“Even Donald Trump knows that when you play penny slots the house wins,” she said in a statement to NPR. “We didn’t bother to play a game rigged for Trump. We’re full steam ahead in South Carolina and beyond.”
Haley’s campaign spent zero dollars advertising in the state of Nevada. She instead has turned her focus after New Hampshire to her home state of South Carolina, where voters will take to the polls at the end of the month, the media outlet reported.
The Nevada Republican Party hands delegates to winners of the caucus which will be held on February 8.