Do you think Carly Fiorina will earn the Republican Party's nomination for president?

  • Carly Fiorina has a lot in her favor entering the Republican primary

    The Republican Party needs a strongly conservative candidate, an advocate for business, a fiscal conservative promoting limited government, and a non-traditional candidate in order to energize those primary voters who have become disillusioned with the Republican leadership. All of those characteristics are found in Carly Fiorina and I believe Republicans will embrace this sharp woman as their candidate to regain the White House.

  • No, she lacks any real experience as a politician.

    She has never held office before as a politician. The republican party doesn't want someone who has no real experience at being a politician. She also failed to lead a major technology company. The fact that she couldn't even lead a company properly does instill very much confidence that she can lead an entire country.

  • Carly Fiorina will face many well know Rebuplicans with higher approval ratings.

    Carly Fiorina has no political experience and therefore will face a lot of opposition from her own party. She only just announced her intention to run and has already had very negative comments from the public regarding her time as CEO of Hewlett Packard. She did not make many supporters while in this position and was responsible for layoffs. That point alone is enough to scare voters and the Republican Party away from nominating her.

  • Why Carly Fiorina Will Not Receive the Republican Party's Vote

    Carly Fiorina, who has recently announced that she will be running against Hillary Clinton in the upcoming election, will not receive the Republican Party's nomination for president because she is not strong enough. A failed competitor in her candidacy for Senate, Fiorina's political stance is based off of the fact that she wants to run against another woman, and she is not as popular as her Republican opponents.

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