LOS ANGELES, CA – During a live radio interview on The Dennis Prager Show, conservative talk show host and author Dennis Prager today endorsed U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina’s bid to defeat Barbara Boxer this November.
“I do not take political endorsements lightly, but I have been particularly impressed by Carly Fiorina. By far, Carly represents our state’s best chance to defeat Barbara Boxer this fall,” said Prager. “Carly has my public and enthusiastic endorsement for the Republican nomination for United States Senator from California.”
Prager has been broadcasting from Los Angeles since 1982, and his daily weekday radio talk show has been in syndication since 1999. He was previously a fellow at Columbia University’s School of International Affairs. He is the author of four books and also writes a weekly syndicated column; his work has appeared in such publications as Commentary Magazine, The Weekly Standard and The Wall Street Journal.
“I have great respect for Dennis and his longstanding commitment to upholding our shared conservative values. It is a true honor to have earned his endorsement and support, and I look forward to working with him to fire Barbara Boxer this November,” Fiorina said. “Because of career politicians and ideologues like Barbara Boxer, we are destroying jobs in California with bad public policy. This is the wrong direction for our state to be going in, and that’s why I have stepped forward to run for the U.S. Senate. I am the only candidate in this race who has created a job and understands what it takes to manage and cut billion-dollar budgets. That’s the kind of real-world experience we need right now in Washington, and I will hold Barbara Boxer accountable for her 28-year record of failure.”
The audio of the live, on-the-air endorsement is available here: Segment 1, Segment 2
Since declaring her candidacy last year, Fiorina has earned the endorsements of a broad range of conservative leaders. Most recently, Fiorina has been endorsed by former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, former Alaska Governor and Republican Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin and the National Right to Life Committee.