Gov. Nikki Haley spoke about jobs at the Republican Luncheon in Downtown Aiken, Wednesday afternoon.
The palmetto state's top lawmaker touted her record of lower unemployment and job creation. She said the Aiken area is the perfect place to grow her job initiative.
"It's a good area. It has a great workforce. It has a great quality of life here," Haley said. "Aiken is an easy area for us to recruit to. So I am always looking for private sector jobs. I will always look for private sector jobs because those are the most stable and those are the most consistent."
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