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August 5, 2014 4:00 AM

Woman credits Haley, welfare-to-work in new campaign ad

Republican Gov. Nikki Haley touts moving 20,000 S.C. residents from welfare-to-work in a new campaign ad, featuring a woman who credits Haley’s program with helping her get a job.

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