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Carly Fiorina becomes Ted Cruz's running mate

April 27, 2016
Sen. Ted Cruz announced Wednesday that former presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina would be his vice presidential running mate, if he were to win the Republican nomination.

Just me

February 7, 2016
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Sad to see Martin O'Malley go... Great resume, accomplishments, presentation...not to mention young & hunky. Miss the didn't runs: E. Warren, Russ Feingold - folks who always has the right vote AT THE RIGHT TIME. Unacceptable: Hillary and the R's.
Featherstothewind, California

Corporate Income Tax

January 15, 2016
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Carly Fiorina is the only candidate that has advocated lowering or elimanating the corporte income tax. This will encourage corporations to return or keep their headquarters and production facilities in the US along with millions of jobs.
Gerald Lalonde, New Hampshire

We’re finally seeing the deep fault lines at the heart of the GOP nomination battle

Dan Balz | The Washington Post
November 11, 2015
The Republican candidates turned serious Tuesday night, largely setting aside personal attacks in favor of a spirited discussion on economic and other issues.

Dem Debate

October 12, 2015
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What will the candidates do about job creation for persons with college degrees and 2) will they keep or develop an initiative similar to the mentoring program POTUS created to help AA boys?
Aundrea, Florida

For Carly Fiorina, capitalizing on post-debate buzz brings new tests

Karen Tumulty, Jenna Johnson | The Washington Post
September 18, 2015
Her strong performance at the second Republican presidential debate has put a new spotlight on former Hewlett-Packard chief executive Carly Fiorina’s long-shot bid for the 2016 nomination.