Eun Kyung Kim, Today Show – March 31, 2015
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a populist figure among the Democratic faithful after taking on Wall Street and the banking industry, reaffirmed to Savannah Guthrie on TODAY Tuesday that she has no plans to run for president in 2016.
Alina Selyukh and Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters – March 29, 2015
Former Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Carly Fiorina said on Sunday the chances she would run for the U.S. presidency in 2016 were “higher than 90 percent” and that she would announce her plans in late April to early May.
Samaa TV – March 26, 2015
Afghanistan may have one of the worst reputations in the world for women’s rights in the world but its leader joked in New York Thursday that Afghans may elect a female president before the United States.
Kathy Frankovic, YouGov – March 26, 2015
Two thirds of Americans now say the country is ready to elect a woman as president, a significant increase from 1996 and 2007.
Tamara Keith, NPR – March 23, 2015
“Although we weren’t able to shatter that highest, hardest glass ceiling this time, thanks to you, it’s got about 18 million cracks in it,” Clinton said to roaring applause. It’s a line, one could say, that began paving the way for her seemingly inevitable 2016 campaign.
Jennifer Agiesta, CNN – March 23, 2015
A new CNN/ORC poll finds most Americans say they would like a candidate who’s a seasoned political leader, someone with an executive background, and someone who’s willing to change Barack Obama’s policies.
Emily Schultheis, National Journal – March 21, 2015
Focus group suggests the former secretary of State’s experience is a benefit, at least in New Hampshire.
Ben Brody, Bloomberg Politics – March 15, 2015
As the only Republican woman seriously looking at a run, Fiorina has been touted as the only GOP challenger who can go after Clinton on gender issues.
Emily Schultheis, National Journal – March 14, 2015
Carly Fiorina plans to excoriate Hillary Clinton, and her competition is grateful for it.
Mackenzie Ryan, Des Moines Register – March 14, 2015
Speaking on “unlocking potential” – and making pointed attacks of Hillary Clinton’s use of gender politics and her use of a private email account while working as Secretary of State – Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina addressed conservative women in an event Saturday morning.