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Nikki Haley Faces Crossroads After Mitt Romney's Loss

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Gov. Nikki Haley is facing decisions over the next few months that will determine her future and legacy in South Carolina.
Two years after her election, any ambitions that Haley had of joining a Mitt Romney administration, which she denied, were quashed last week. Now, talk will start about the 2014 election for the South Carolina Governor's Mansion.

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