Scott Conroy, RealClearPolitics – February 28, 2015
Recent conversations with plugged-in Republicans across the state reveal a consensus that Carly Fiorina—the former Hewlett-Packard CEO—is positioning herself well as a potential dark horse White House contender capable of making a serious run.
Jamie Jackson, The Daily Signal – February 28, 2015
No other potential 2016 contender was tougher on Hillary Clinton than Carly Fiorina at CPAC. The former Hewlett-Packard chief executive attacked Clinton during her CPAC speech, then continued the critique during an interview with The Daily Signal.
Kristen Doerer, The American Prospect – February 27, 2015
Will the former CEO be the designated nemesis to the presumed Democratic presidential candidate? The optics couldn’t be better.
Rebecca Ballhaus, Wall Street Journal – February 24, 2015
Allies of Carly Fiorina on Tuesday evening launched a super PAC to back a possible presidential run by the former Hewlett-Packard chief executive.
Nate Cohn, New York Times – February 19, 2015
Whenever I mention that Hillary Clinton is an overwhelming favorite for the Democratic nomination — and would be even if Senator Elizabeth Warren ran — the conversation usually comes back to 2008. “She was supposed to be inevitable last time,” the refrain goes, “and she lost.”
David Knowles, Bloomberg Politics – February 18, 2015
Fiorina says she will decide if she’ll run in late April or May. This conveniently coincides with the release of her second book, Rising to the Challenge: My Leadership Journey.
Ronald Brownstein, National Journal – February 9, 2015
Much of the debate about Hillary Rodham Clinton’s potential appeal to female voters may be focusing on the wrong group of women.
Patricia Sellers, Fortune – February 9, 2015
The GOP is using the former HP CEO Carly Fiorina to attack Hillary Clinton. Fiorina loves a good fight—so much that she really could run for President.