Nikki Haley has been busy.
The former ambassador to the United Nations and South Carolina governor has spent the past few months not discussing herself but instead conservative candidates running for office with voters across the country.
Her goal is to encourage people to vote for candidates she believes best embody the populist conservative coalition. It’s a coalition in which she has been active since she first ran for governor of South Carolina in a 2010 primary against four establishment rivals, right at the dawn of the Tea Party movement.
“We’re traveling all over the country, helping other candidates get elected. It’s paying it forward, as I always like to say it,” said Haley, speaking of the work she is doing with her Stand for America PAC.
It is also a goal that keeps Haley, who has never lost a race for…