(CNN) - South Carolina gubernatorial hopeful Nikki Haley is releasing her first television ad of the Republican runoff election on Monday.
The spot, called "Primary Night," weaves together moments from Haley's victory speech following her dominant win in the GOP primary last Tuesday.
Haley captured nearly half of all votes cast in the race but narrowly missed winning the primary outright against her three opponents. She faces Rep. Gresham Barrett, the second place finisher, in the June 22 runoff election.
Barrett has already launched two upbeat television ads during the runoff featuring a drill sergeant who compliments the congressman on his conservative bona fides.
In her new ad, Haley is seen on stage next to her husband at her primary night celebration in Columbia.
"We said we are not going to have an arrogant, unaccountable government," Haley says in the commercial. "We said no to bailouts and Washington."
"We said no to inside deal-making and backroom politics," she says. "Most importantly, we said yes to South Carolina not just being Republican, but becoming conservative and reminding elected officials who it is that they work for."
The ad concludes with Haley's signature line: "I am a woman that understands through the grace of God, with Him all things are possible."
Haley's campaign told CNN the ad will run statewide.