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Job Creators Say “Enough is Enough” to Barbara Boxer’s Job-Killing Policies

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

U.S. Chamber of Commerce, California Manufacturers and Technology Association and Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce Endorse Carly Fiorina

BAKERSFIELD, CA - During a press conference at ARRC Technology in Bakersfield, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the California Manufacturers and Technology Association (CMTA) and the California Chamber of Commerce today continued their two-day statewide tour rejecting Barbara Boxer’s 28-year record of failed leadership and urging Californians to instead support Carly Fiorina, a proven, tested leader with a clear plan to create jobs and grow the economy. Fiorina today also earned the endorsement of the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce (GBCC).

“Carly Fiorina knows firsthand the challenges facing companies across the nation that are struggling in this difficult economy, and she has consistently demonstrated her commitment to advancing policies that support the interests of businesses large and small,” said Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Debra Moreno. “As a U.S. senator, Carly will help produce sustained economic growth and create more jobs, and we are pleased to endorse her candidacy for U.S. Senate.”

The GBCC is a nonprofit association of business people committed to improving the economic climate and quality of life in the greater Bakersfield area. The Chamber represents businesses of all sizes and types and serves its membership of nearly 1,400 members, which together employ some 50,000 employees, by advocating for legislation that supports job creators, providing education opportunities for member companies and promoting the local community and local businesses.

“For 28 long years, Barbara Boxer has failed to fight for jobs, failed to fight for policies that spur economic growth and failed to fight for American companies. Today we are rejecting Boxer’s nearly three decades of failed leadership and antagonism toward California’s businesses,” said U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Vice President and National Political Director Bill Miller. “Carly Fiorina, on the other hand, understands firsthand the challenges companies face every day and will fight for the policies in Washington we need so our companies can compete in the global marketplace and so our economy can recover, grow and flourish. That’s the reason we are endorsing Carly Fiorina for U.S. Senate.”

CMTA President Jack Stewart added, “During her nearly three decades in Washington, Barbara Boxer has made it increasingly difficult for manufacturers to do business in the United States by championing higher and higher taxes and stiffer and stiffer regulations. The path down which Boxer has driven our nation is littered with companies that have suffered as a result of these job-killing policies; that’s the reason we’re today charting a new course by endorsing Carly Fiorina for U.S. Senate. As a U.S. senator, Carly will advance policies that encourage economic growth, job creation and a less intrusive federal government in order to foster a business environment in which manufacturers and all California companies can thrive.”

“Carly Fiorina is the pro-business candidate for U.S. Senate. When jobs and the economy are the primary focus of all Californians, we would be well served to have a U.S. senator who has created private-sector jobs, has had to balance budgets and knows how unnecessary government regulation can stifle investment. Carly is a proven leader who will bring common-sense solutions to an out-of-touch political process in Washington,” continued California Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Allan Zaremberg."

“During Barbara Boxer’s 28 years in Washington, our nation’s job creators have suffered under the weight of sky-high taxes and burdensome regulations that make it harder to keep companies here in the United States and employ our fellow Americans. Today, I am standing with these job creators in rejecting Barbara Boxer’s failed leadership and her decades-long record of pressing for job-killing policies,” said Fiorina. “I come from the real world, and I know creating jobs and stimulating economic growth in the real world requires unleashing the talents and energies of California’s workers, small-business owners, innovators and entrepreneurs. If our economy is going to experience a real recovery, then we must send new leaders to Washington who will put job creation and economic growth first; that begins by defeating Barbara Boxer this November.”

Fiorina’s economic growth plan focuses on the principle that lower taxes, fewer burdensome regulations and more innovation will drive our nation’s recovery and growth. Specifically, she is advocating for policy changes that lower taxes, incentivize innovation and allow our nation to fight for every job. Fiorina also today hosted press conferences at Blue Diamond Growers in Sacramento and Renewable Power Solutions in San Jose. Yesterday, the first day of her two-day tour, Fiorina earned the endorsements of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Fresno Chamber of Commerce.

Job Creators Reject 28 Years of Barbara Boxer’s Failed Leadership, Endorse Carly Fiorina for U.S. Senate

Monday, August 9th, 2010

LONG BEACH, CA – During a press conference at SnugTop, one of the last manufacturers still in business in the Long Beach area, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the California Manufacturers and Technology Association (CMTA) and the California Chamber of Commerce today joined U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina in rejecting Barbara Boxer’s 28 years of failing to stand up for job creators across the nation, as well as in highlighting Fiorina’s plan to create jobs and grow the economy by lowering taxes, fighting for every job and incentivizing innovation. Today’s stop kicks off a two-day statewide tour during which job creators will call on the people of California to replace Barbara Boxer this November.

“For 28 long years, Barbara Boxer has failed to fight for jobs, failed to fight for policies that spur economic growth and failed to fight for American companies. Today we are rejecting Boxer’s nearly three decades of failed leadership and antagonism toward California’s businesses,” said U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Vice President and National Political Director Bill Miller. “Carly Fiorina, on the other hand, understands firsthand the challenges companies face every day and will fight for the policies in Washington we need so our companies can compete in the global marketplace and so our economy can recover, grow and flourish. That’s the reason we are endorsing Carly Fiorina for U.S. Senate.”

Founded in 1912, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today represents more than 3 million businesses and organizations across the United States in pushing for free enterprise, individual freedom and opportunity through national advertising, grassroots advocacy, citizen engagement and research. The Chamber’s goal is to help elect a pro-business Congress and advance legislation that furthers its policy objectives.

“During her nearly three decades in Washington, Barbara Boxer has made it increasingly difficult for manufacturers to do business in the United States by championing higher and higher taxes and stiffer and stiffer regulations. The path down which Boxer has driven our nation is littered with companies that have suffered as a result of these job-killing policies; that’s the reason we’re today charting a new course by endorsing Carly Fiorina for U.S. Senate,” said CMTA President Jack Stewart. “As a U.S. senator, Carly will advance policies that encourage economic growth, job creation and a less intrusive federal government in order to foster a business environment in which manufacturers and all California companies can thrive.”

CMTA’s mission is to improve and enhance a strong business climate for California’s 30,000 manufacturing, processing and technology-based companies. Since 1918, CMTA has worked with state government to develop balanced laws, effective regulations and sound public policies to stimulate economic growth and create new jobs while safeguarding the state’s environmental resources. CMTA represents businesses from the entire manufacturing community – an economic sector that generates more than $250 billion every year and employs more than 1.2 million Californians.

“Carly Fiorina is the pro-business candidate for U.S. Senate. When jobs and the economy are the primary focus of all Californians, we would be well served to have a U.S. senator who has created private-sector jobs, has had to balance budgets and knows how unnecessary government regulation can stifle investment,” said California Chamber of Commerce President and Chief Executive Officer Allan Zaremberg. “Carly is a proven leader who will bring common-sense solutions to an out-of-touch political process in Washington.”

Tracing its roots back to the California State Board of Trade’s establishment in 1890, CalChamber works to make California a better place to do business by giving private-sector employers a voice in state politics and by providing a full range of California-specific products and services. The organization now serves as an advocate for some 15,000 job creators and works to enhance the California economy by making it a better place to live, work and do business.

“I am honored to have the support of these job creators and their members behind my campaign, and I look forward to fighting with them to implement policies that spur job creation and economic growth in California and around the United States,” said Fiorina. “Under the leadership of career politicians like Barbara Boxer, we have made it harder – not easier – for companies to grow, succeed and hire Americans. That’s a record of failure we reject today. If we are serious about growing our economy and creating jobs, then we must send new leadership to the U.S. Senate, and that begins by replacing Barbara Boxer this November.”

Fiorina’s economic growth plan focuses on unleashing the talents and energies of California’s workers, small-business owners, innovators and entrepreneurs by getting government out of the way and reducing uncertainty that is inevitably caused by intrusive and over-reaching government regulatory policies. Fiorina today also earned the endorsement of the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce and the Fresno Chamber of Commerce.

Former Assemblywoman Nicole Parra and Former Kern County Supervisor Pete Parra Endorse Carly Fiorina

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010

Parras to Spearhead the Democrats and Independent Voters For Carly Coalition

SACRAMENTO, CA - In reflection of the broad-based support building behind her campaign to defeat Barbara Boxer, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today earned the endorsement of former Kern County Supervisor Pete Parra and former California State Assemblywoman Nicole Parra. Together the Parras will spearhead the Democrats and Independent Voters for Carly Coalition.

“Carly Fiorina will be an outstanding U.S. senator, and I am thrilled to endorse her campaign today. Carly has been clear from the start that her focus on Day One in Washington will be to create jobs and grow our economy – the two issues most important to our fellow Californians,” said former Supervisor Parra. “I’m equally impressed by Carly’s commitment to restoring water flow to Central Valley farmers and communities, and I know she will be a terrific advocate for our state in the U.S. Senate.”

Pete Parra was elected to the Bakersfield City School District Board of Education in 1985, where he provided leadership in early childhood development, bilingual education and parental education. In 1996, Parra was elected to serve on the Kern County Board of Supervisors; during his tenure, he helped establish the Kern County Children and Families Commission. Parra also served as Executive Director of Employer Training Resources for more than 20 years. Parra is a Democrat.

“It is my pleasure to endorse Carly Fiorina’s campaign for U.S. Senate today. Carly’s message of job creation and economic growth resonates with voters across California, especially in light of our state’s 12.3 percent unemployment rate. Small-business owners, families and communities all around the Central Valley in particular are struggling, and we need a vocal advocate fighting for us in Washington,” said former Assemblywoman Parra. “Carly Fiorina understands these challenges firsthand, and she will fight for our state as a member of the U.S. Senate.”

Nicole Parra was elected to the California State Assembly in 2002 and served three terms representing Kings, Kern, Tulare and Fresno Counties. Parra began her career as a legislative assistant to Congressman Cal Dooley from 1992 to 1998; she served as Dooley’s district director from 1998 to 2002. Parra is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and of the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. Parra is registered decline-to-state.

“With 2.2 million Californians out of work and unemployment rates across the Central Valley above 15 percent, it’s clear Barbara Boxer has again been long on rhetoric and short on results when it comes to fighting for jobs. That’s why Californians of all party affiliations are looking for new leadership in the U.S. Senate,” said Fiorina. “Pete and Nicole share my commitment to getting our state on the path toward economic growth and recovery, and I am honored to earn their support today. Together, I fully believe we will take Washington back, make it listen and make it work by beating Boxer in November.”

In the coming weeks, former Supervisor Parra and former Assemblywoman Parra will together spearhead the effort to recruit support for Fiorina’s campaign from Democrats, independents and decline-to-state voters across California. Fiorina has previously been endorsed by Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, who is registered decline-to-state, and Mendota City Councilman Leo Capuchino, who is a Democrat.

Carly Fiorina Earns Endorsement of Nisei Farmers League

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

CLOVIS, CA - During a press conference held at Bella Frutta in Clovis to discuss the important role the agriculture industry plays in the Central Valley’s economy, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today earned the endorsement of the Nisei Farmers League.


“Carly Fiorina has made it her priority to understand firsthand the challenges facing our state’s economy – particularly in the Central Valley and in the agriculture industry. Carly understands how jobs are created; she is committed to helping not only this Valley, but the entire state get back to work. I know that she will put the people of California first, and that’s why we are pleased to announce our endorsement of her campaign today,” said Nisei Farmers League President Manuel Cunha.


The Nisei Farmers League was established in 1971 as a “mutual protection society” to support Japanese-American growers in the Fresno area. Since then, the League has grown to include members of many ethnicities and nationalities, but it continues to ensure property and other rights of local growers by providing them a strong, unified voice regarding the most important issues facing the agriculture industry today.


“The Nisei Farmers League has a long history of representing Central Valley growers during tough times, and I am honored to have their help and endorsement in this important campaign,” said Fiorina. “If Washington is serious about bringing jobs back to the Central Valley and restoring our state’s agricultural economy to its height, we must start by taking the easy, common-sense steps first: restoring water flow and implementing policies that support real, sustainable jobs. Barbara Boxer has shown she is unwilling to take those steps, and that’s why I am running to replace her this November.”


Fiorina has previously earned the endorsements of the California Farm Bureau Federation, Fresno County Supervisor Debbie Poochigian, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims, Clovis Mayor Pro Tem Jose Flores and Clovis City Councilman Nathan Magsig.

Carly Fiorina Earns Endorsement of Former SBA Administrator Hector Barreto

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

Hosts Town Hall With San Diego-Area Small-Business Owners

SAN DIEGO, CA - During a campaign swing through San Diego, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today earned the endorsement of former administrator of the Small Business Administration (SBA) Hector Barreto; together, they co-hosted a town hall for area small-business owners at E&E Industries.

“Our nation’s small businesses are the primary engines of job creation in our economy, and Carly has a keen understanding of the struggles small-business owners around the state are facing right now,” said Barreto. “As a U.S. senator, Carly will fight for policies that support our nation’s small businesses, family-owned businesses and entrepreneurs so that they can grow, succeed and employ our fellow Americans. That’s why I am pleased to give her my strongest support.”

Barreto served as SBA Administrator from 2001 to 2006. The son of Mexican immigrants, Barreto began his career helping his parents by working in, and later co-managing, a family restaurant, an export/import business and a construction company. He has also served as Chairman of the Board for the Latin Business Association in Los Angeles and as Vice President of the U.S Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

“Hector and I share a common belief that, in order to stimulate true economic growth, we must begin by unleashing the talents and energies of California’s workers, small-business owners, innovators and entrepreneurs – not by growing government,” Fiorina said. “Barbara Boxer clearly has no intention of pursuing policies that support the small- and family-owned businesses that will lead our nation to recovery, and that’s why I am running to replace her this year. I am honored to have Hector’s support behind my campaign, and I look forward to working with him in the months ahead.”

Since announcing her candidacy for U.S. Senate, Fiorina has consistently emphasized the importance of economic growth and job creation. Her economic growth plan, which she unveiled in April, is based on the principle that lower taxes, fewer burdensome regulations and more innovation will drive our nation’s recovery and growth.

National Co-Chairman Jim Moore Announces Business 100 Coalition

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Jim MooreGuest Post by Business 100 Co-Chair Jim Moore:

Carlos Gutierrez, Barbara Franklin, Craig Barrett, and I are delighted to announce the launching of the Business Coalition 100 in support of Carly Fiorina for the U.S. Senate.

We are proud to be co-chairing this grassroots effort to bring together more than one hundred prominent business leaders from across California and the United States who want to express their deep admiration for Carly’s record as a business executive and to provide their unqualified endorsement in her quest to represent California in the United States Senate during these difficult times.

The purpose of the Coalition is to set the record straight in light of Carly’s opponents who seek to discredit her extraordinary vision, resolve, and legacy in transforming U.S. business to meet the needs of the 21st century. We believe that she possesses unique qualities that are desperately needed to meet serious challenges facing California and our nation. We are convinced that she would make an outstanding Senator.

Her American success story from receptionist to CEO of one of the world’s largest corporations continues to inspire us all. We truly believe that with Carly’s election to the U.S. Senate, she will help to chart a common sense course that creates lasting jobs, untangles excessive regulation, and minimizes the debt that we are passing on to our children.

We hope other business leaders will join us in the coming weeks to show their support as well. The time for sitting on the sidelines has long past. We need Carly Fiorina in the U.S. Senate, and we need her now!

To learn more about the Business Coalition 100, please visit BusinessCoalition100.com. There you can learn about the members of the coalition, read the statement they signed in support of Carly, and add your virtual signature to the same statement.

Business Leaders Tout Carly Fiorina’s Record of Success

Friday, July 9th, 2010

Launch Business Coalition 100 Web Site Supporting Fiorina’s Candidacy for U.S. Senate

SACRAMENTO, CA – Growing out of a grassroots effort designed to highlight the broad spectrum of respect for U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina’s achievement in the business sector and support for her campaign to defeat Barbara Boxer, 101 business leaders led by co-chairs Georgetown Business School Professor and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Trade Development Jim Moore Jr., former U.S. Secretary of Commerce and former Kellogg Company Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer Carlos Gutierrez, former Intel Chief Executive Officer Craig Barrett and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce Barbara Franklin today joined together to launch the Business Coalition 100.

“With an unemployment rate of 12.4 percent, the third highest in the nation and a considerable increase from when the federal stimulus package was signed into law last year, California is facing formidable odds. We need a leader who can make a difference in restoring real accountability to our federal government,” said Moore. “If anyone knows how to tackle the good, the bad, and the ugly of both big government and big business, it is Carly Fiorina. She will be an extraordinary voice and fighter for common-sense policies in Washington, and that’s why we are proud to launch this important effort today to support her in her campaign to defeat Barbara Boxer.”

The Business Coalition 100 brings together a diverse group of business leaders who recognize Fiorina’s success and proven leadership in the business world and who believe her skills and experience will be a valuable addition to the U.S. Senate. These leaders reflect the spectrum of business in California and across the nation; small-business owners make up 28 percent of the total signatories, while Fortune 500 CEOs comprise 11 percent. Together, they represent a broad range of industries, including 20 percent of signers from the service industry, 14 percent from manufacturing, 12 percent from agriculture, 9 percent from construction and 7 percent from the information technology sector.

“I am honored to have received such an outpouring of support from so many business leaders who, like me, believe we need to make a real change in Washington in order to put our nation back on the track to economic growth and success. Throughout my life, I have worked to bring people together to solve problems, and that’s the kind of pragmatic, real-world leadership we need working for California in the U.S. Senate,” said Fiorina. “Barbara Boxer, on the other hand, has spent the last 28 years in Washington making it harder for American companies to succeed and create jobs. She has championed more than a trillion dollars in tax hikes and continues to push for bigger government and more spending that threatens to bankrupt our future. She is a failed senator, and the people of California are ready to replace her this November.”

To view the list of the founding members of the Business Coalition 100 and to read the statement they signed in support of Fiorina’s business record and of her campaign for U.S. Senate, please click here.

Carly Fiorina Endorsed By San Diego-Area Officials

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Also Gets Out the Vote With Campaign Volunteers in Burbank

SAN DIEGO, CA – On the final day of campaigning before Election Day, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today held a press conference in San Diego to announce the endorsements of San Diego County Supervisor Dianne Jacob, Escondido City Mayor Lori Holt Pfeiler and San Diego City Council President Pro Tempore Kevin Faulconer.

“Carly is a true political outsider who understands firsthand the important role fiscal responsibility and accountability will play in making Washington work for the people of this state,” said Jacob. “She’s a true fiscal conservative, and she will be an outstanding advocate for our state in the U.S. Senate. I hope all San Diegans will join me in supporting her at the polls tomorrow.”

A native of San Diego, Jacob is in her fifth term on the County Board of Supervisors. During that time, she has championed fiscal accountability and transparency and has been honored by such organizations as the Industrial Environmental Association, the San Diego Merchants Association and the Building Owners and Managers Association. Prior to being elected to the Board, Jacob was a teacher and a member of the Jamul/Dulzura School Board.

“Now, more than ever before, our representatives at the local, state and federal levels must be focused on economic growth and job creation. Unfortunately, Californians haven’t seen that kind of leadership from our government.” said Pfeiler. “Carly Fiorina knows what it takes to create jobs and spur economic growth – and understands how government process inhibits economic growth. That’s the kind of leadership we need in Washington today, and that’s why I’m happy to endorse her today.”

Pfeiler was first elected to the Escondido City Council in 1992 and was re-elected in 1996. She has served as the city’s mayor since 1998, where her focus has been on economic development and improving residents’ quality of life.

“I am proud to endorse Carly Fiorina today because I know she will stand up for California as a member of the U.S. Senate and fight to protect the American Dream that made our state and nation great,” said Faulconer. “I want my children to have access to same opportunities that allowed Carly to work her way up from receptionist to CEO, but that requires leadership and courage to take our state and our nation down a different path. That starts by replacing Barbara Boxer this November with a respected, proven leader: Carly Fiorina. ”

Prior to his election to the San Diego City Council in 2006, Faulconer worked in public affairs and served as vice president of a leading local firm. Since beginning his service on the Council, Faulconer has championed both fiscal and environmental responsibility. He currently chairs the city’s audit committee and is vice chair of the budget and finance committee.

“I am grateful for the tremendous outpouring of support I have received over the last six months, and I’m especially thankful to these outstanding public servants for lending me their support today,” said Fiorina. “Barbara Boxer has been in Washington for 28 long years, but her tenure on the public’s dime has been disappointing. It’s time to fire her this November. I am asking Californians to vote for me tomorrow because I am the candidate who will hold her accountable for her dismal record and who can finally replace her.”

Also joining Fiorina at the press conference was San Diego City Coucilman Carl DeMaio, who previously endorsed Fiorina’s campaign for U.S. Senate.

Earlier in the day, Fiorina joined campaign volunteers at a phone bank in Burbank to make get-out-the-vote phone calls to Republican primary voters asking them for their support at the polls on Election Day.

Carly Fiorina Endorsed By South Dakota Senator John Thune

Friday, June 4th, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA – In reflection of the growing local, statewide and national support building behind U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina’s campaign to defeat Barbara Boxer, Fiorina today earned the endorsement of Senator John Thune (R-South Dakota).

“I am proud to endorse Carly Fiorina today because she is a principled leader who will add an important and much-needed real-world perspective to the dialogue in the U.S. Senate, especially in light of our nation’s economic struggles,” said Thune. “Carly is a tough fighter, and she’s the candidate who has what it takes to defeat Barbara Boxer this fall.”

Thune was elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004 after defeating incumbent Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle. Thune currently serves as chairman of the Senate Republican Policy Committee. Prior to joining the Senate, Thune represented South Dakota in the House of Representatives. His career has also included service as executive director of the South Dakota Republican Party, State Railroad Director and executive director of the South Dakota Municipal League.

“Senator Thune knows firsthand how difficult it is to defeat an entrenched Washington insider – as well as what it takes to be successful – and I am grateful for his confidence and support for my campaign to fire Barbara Boxer this November,” said Fiorina. “Over the course of her 34-year political career, Barbara Boxer has forced through an agenda that has led to higher deficits, higher federal debt and higher taxes. She has failed the people she was elected to represent, and I am asking Californians to vote for me because I can defeat her this fall and help take Washington back.”

Fiorina has earned broad-based support for her candidacy from numerous local, state and national leaders, including Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell, conservative radio talk show host Dennis Prager and the California Farm Bureau Federation.

Dick Morris Endorses Carly Fiorina for U.S. Senate

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

YORBA LINDA, CA – Author and political strategist Dick Morris today announced his endorsement of U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina.

“It is my pleasure to endorse Carly Fiorina in the Republican Senate primary on June 8. While I have a high regard for Carly’s record and position on issues, my endorsement is based mainly on the fact that I believe she would be the best candidate to achieve victory for Republicans in November over Senator Boxer.

“The conventional wisdom that a moderate does better than a conservative in a California statewide election does not, in my opinion, hold true for this year. The idea that a moderate is preferable largely stems from his position on social issues, such as abortion. But, in this time of economic crisis, I believe pocketbook issues overwhelm social concerns. On these issues, I believe Carly – as a true conservative – has the advantage. Not only has she signed the No Tax Pledge, unlike Congressman Campbell, but she supports the Arizona law on immigration and is far more opposed to the tax-and-spend policies of the Obama administration, which threaten to make America into the new Greece.

“The Los Angeles Times poll showing Carly winning the primary but losing to Boxer, while Campbell defeats Boxer, is misleading in the extreme. Apart from serious concerns about their methodology and sampling, the result is explained by the fact that Campbell has run statewide so frequently that he has the initial advantage over a newcomer like Carly. But this edge in statewide name recognition and familiarity would be easily nullified in the opening weeks of a statewide general election campaign. But, in the Republican primary, where Carly is much better known, she maintains a strong lead.

“In any case, the most important finding of the poll is that Boxer draws less than 50 percent of the vote and seems mired in the low 40s against any opponent. Since an incumbent invariably loses the undecided vote, the true meaning of these polls is that either Campbell or Fiorina could defeat Boxer.

“So we might as well elect a conservative Republican instead of a candidate who has waffled on the No Tax Pledge.

“Chuck DeVore is admirable, but has little chance to win this primary. So I believe conservatives should rally to Carly.”

Morris has served as a columnist for the New York Post and The Hill; he is also a regular guest on the Fox News Channel and has written nine best-selling books. His most recent book, 2010: Take Back America: A Battle Plan, was released in April 2010.

Morris will be announcing his endorsement during a lecture at the Richard Nixon Library in Yorba Linda at 7 p.m. today. Press interested in speaking with Morris directly about his endorsement are welcome to attend the lecture and may contact Nixon Library Foundation Vice President Sandy Quinn at (714) 364-1153 for more information.



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