Carly Fiorina

National Republican Senatorial Committee

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Vice Chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee; former Republican candidate for the US Senate; former CEO of Hewlett-Packard

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Carly Fiorina paid her way through college and went on to become the first woman CEO of a Fortune 500 company, but she didn’t vote much in public elections. The stock price went down,…

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