Carly Fiorina, Medium – June 24, 2015
When I was a little girl, my mother told me: “What you are is God’s gift to you. What you make of yourself is your gift to God.” My mother and father would encourage me always to work hard, to aim high, to find and make the most of my gifts. I didn’t feel gifted as a young girl or a young woman, but my mother’s words seemed like both a promise and a challenge.
Emily Greenhouse, Bloomberg – June 18, 2015
Carly Fiorina, the lone woman running for the Republican presidential nomination in a crowded field of contenders, is trying to redefine feminism for the right.
Andrew Tavani, Women in the World – June 16, 2015
Carly Fiorina, the only woman among the growing field of 2016 Republican candidates, visited The View on Tuesday morning for the show’s “Hot Topics” segment.
Katha Pollitt, The Nation – June 2, 2015
Clinton is running as a feminist—and that matters for all women.
Hunter Schwarz, Washington Post – June 13, 2015
In a speech on the “state of women in America” Thursday, Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina sought to reclaim “feminism,” a word she said had been co-opted by the left.
Jonathan Topaz, Politico – June 11, 2015
Running as the only female presidential contender in a party still dogged for its “war on women,” Carly Fiorina on Thursday laid out her vision of the new feminist.
Molly Mirhashem, National Journal – May 16, 2015
Among feminists of her generation, Svokos is hardly alone in her lukewarm feelings about Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid. I recently interviewed 47 young women, most in their early to mid-20s, who call themselves feminists; they talked about what feminism means to them and shared their thoughts about Clinton’s candidacy and public image.