Presidential hopeful Nikki Haley speaks at Prescott Bush Awards Dinner in Stamford

Former UN ambassador and Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley was the keynote speaker.

News 12 Staff

May 31, 2023, 11:49 PM

Updated 320 days ago


Republican presidential hopeful Nikki Haley was in Connecticut Wednesday evening speaking at annual awards dinner hosted by the Connecticut Republican Party.
More than 500 Republicans gathered at the 44th annual Prescott Bush Awards Dinner.
Former UN ambassador and Republican presidential candidate Haley was the keynote speaker.
The Prescott Bush Award will be awarded to David Kelsey, Sue Hatfield will get the Fenton Futtnor Award, which is their MVP award and former Sen. Toni Boucher will be given the Patricia Longo Award.
"They bring people together, they bring about unity within our party and they help deliver our message from folks outside of Connecticut who are playing at a much higher level and bringing about the change and talking about the change we need in America. To really get us back on track," said Ben Proto, the chairman of the Connecticut Republican Party.
During her speech, Haley touched on several topics, including the economy, immigration and crime.

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