Former presidential candidate Carly Fiorina in no longer running for president, but she is still spending her time and money in a way that may cause the political elite and establishment to be worried. Fiorina was a political outsider and ran on the merits of not being a part of the establishment problem. Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett Packard, was the first woman CEO of a Fortune 100 company and was named the most powerful woman in American business in 1999.
Although her father was a lawyer, Fiorina dropped out of law school to pursue her business ambitions, which paid off bigger dividends for her than her quest to become the first female president of the United States. But Fiorina is seemingly determined to change the face of American politics with her new Super-PAC promises. She announced she’s relaunching the Carly for America Super PAC.
In an email to supporters Fiorina said the new Super PAC will do two things:
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- Identify principled conservative candidates from outside the political class, who aren’t afraid of a fight and aren’t afraid to shake up the status quo — and we will introduce them to the American people.
- Give them the critical boost they need to win: by campaigning with them, supporting them, and fundraising for them. Anything we can do to make sure they have all the resources they need to amplify their voices, bypass the media and the establishment, and win over voters.
Sarah Flores, a former deputy campaign manager for Fiorina’s presidential campaign told TheBlaze, “Carly believes we need more conservative candidates who will engage citizens to take back our government and reject the political class that only serves the big and powerful … Technology allows us to engage citizens like never before. So she’ll be finding and supporting these outsider conservative candidates who will fight for a return of citizen government.” Flores will serve in a senior-level leadership role in the relaunch of the Carly for America Super PAC.
Carly Fiorina is currently campaigning for and has endorsed Ted Cruz for president.