With less than a year to go before the 2016 New Hampshire primary, the Granite State is starting to see more and more visits from potential hopefuls – so far mostly on the Republican side.
Some of them are well known to political watchers, like the former governor of Texas, Rick Perry, while others are looking to boost their name recognition with voters. Carly Fiorina falls in this latter category. The former CEO of Hewlett-Packard ran for US Senate in California in 2010. Since then she’s led a microfinance company and led the Unlocking Potential political action committee, which aims to counter charges from Democrats that GOP policies are unfriendly to women.
Carly Fiorina talked with All Things Considered after she spoke at a Politics and Eggs event in Bedford.