New Hampshire Dems vow to vote for Nikki Haley in GOP primary

"We have to make sure that Trump is not the nominee."

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A small group of New Hampshire Democrats who registered as independents in an effort to stop former President Donald Trump from regaining the White House are planning on voting for former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley in Tuesday's GOP Primary.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Robert Schwarz of Primary Pivot said that around 3,500 Democrats re-registered as undeclared last year so they would be eligible to vote in the GOP Primary.

"We feel that Donald Trump is a unique existential threat to our democracy," he told the outlet. "And so people that put saving our democracy over partisanship should want to stop him."

Schwarz claims that the small group of Democrat voters should give Haley a one-point edge over Donald Trump.

One of the voters who re-registered is Hella Ross. She said, "We have to make sure that Trump is not the nominee."

"She's a woman of color. She's an Indian American. She's a military spouse," the long-time Democrat said about Haley. "So she has a lot of background in different facets of life. And she has a plan. She's very persuasive. She's smart as a whip."

According to the New Hampshire Secretary of State's website, voters who are registered as an "undeclared voter" can choose to vote in the Democrat or Republican Presidential Primary, as long as they changed their registration to such before Oct. 6 of the previous year.

Former President Trump addressed the scheme at a rally on Tuesday. "Nikki Haley in particular is counting on the Democrats and liberals to infiltrate your Republican primary," he said.

He repeated the line at another rally, and added that it was no surprise "since her campaign is funded by Democrats."

It was revealed on Saturday that the Haley campaign director in New Hampshire, Tyler Clark, previously lobbied for the Soros-funded, Democrat dark money organization, Sixteen Thirty Fund.

In an interview with Fox News's Neil Cavuto, Haley Doner, Andy Sabin bragged about the campaign "raising tremendous amounts of money," and he said "a number of it [is] coming from Democrats."

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