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Carly Fiorina Announces County and Local Grassroots Leaders

Monday, August 2nd, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA – Underscoring the strength of the grassroots support behind her campaign, U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today announced the county and local chairs of her grassroots leadership team. These dedicated Californians will help build support for Fiorina’s campaign in their respective geographic areas and will help get out the vote for her on Election Day.

“As a political outsider running against an entrenched career politician who has been in Washington for nearly three decades, I need a robust coalition of Californians standing with me calling for new leadership and new ideas in the U.S. Senate,” said Fiorina. “I’m thankful for the tremendous outpouring of grassroots support I’ve earned thus far from Californians across the state who share my commitment to job creation, economic growth and reining in federal spending. With the help of these dedicated men and women, I fully believe we will finally fire Barbara Boxer this November and replace her with a leader with real-world experience.”

Fiorina’s statewide and regional grassroots leaders worked to deliver a resounding primary election win in June. Building on that momentum and support, Fiorina today announced naming the following county and local grassroots leaders:

Statewide
Statewide Volunteer Chair Chuck McDougald
Statewide Volunteer Coordinator Evie Coss
Statewide Volunteer Senior Advisor Richard Sherman
Statewide Volunteer Senior Advisor Jalene Forbis
Statewide Volunteer Senior Advisor Joel Strom
Statewide Volunteer Senior Advisor Cathie Bennett Warner

Northern Region
Northern Regional Chair Robert Laurie
Modoc County Chair Brenda Kresge
Shasta County Chair Fred Myer
Trinity County Chair Diana Sheen
Lassen County Chair Rocky Deal
Lassen County Co-Chair Andrew Wellborn
Lassen County Co-Chair Craig Newton
Tehama County Chair Richard “Judd” Hanna
Plumas County Chair Marilyn Crowe
Butte County Chair Cynthia Ogden-Van Auken
Butte County Co-Chair Cheryl Hansen
Glenn County Chair Gloria Irwin
Glenn County Co-Chair Leland McCorkle
Sierra County Chair Annie Terrasas
Nevada County Chair Levetta Moff
Yuba County Chair Clarence “Buck” Weckman
Sutter County Co-Chair Crystal Martin
Sutter County Co-Chair Geraldine “Jerrie” Libby
Colusa County Chair Karye Benton
El Dorado County Co-Chair Brandon Ghetia
El Dorado County Co-Chair John Barbour
Placer County Co-Chair Jim Dyer
Placer County Co-Chair Tom Morrow
Placer County Co-Chair Paige Morrow
Loomis Town Chair Dan Western
Amador County Chair Arnie Zeiderman
Alpine County Chair Nancy Thornburg
Siskiyou County Chair William “Mike” Matherly
Sacramento County Chair Nina Mourning
Sacramento County Co-Chair Janet Eagan

Northwest Region
Northwest Regional Chair Steve Lucanic
Del Norte County Chair Scott Feller
Humboldt County Chair Kathy Rodriguez
Mendocino County Chair Kathleen Johnson
Sonoma County Co-Chair Laurie Robinson
Sonoma County Co-Chair Joe Piasta
Lake County Chair Bruce Van Buskirk
Napa County Chair Kurt Larrecou
Yolo County Chair Alzada Knickerbocker
Solano County Chair Catherine Ritch

Bay Area Region
Bay Area Regional Chair Shahin Shabahang
Marin County Chair Sally Zelikovsky
Contra Costa County Co-Chair James McPherson
Contra Costa County Chair Christopher Hogan
Alameda County Chair Michael Dennis
San Francisco County Chair Larry Marso
Santa Clara County Co-Chair Lino “Pasquale” Martire
Santa Clara County Co-Chair Debra Weinstein
San Mateo County Co-Chair Elisabeth “Lisa” Cohen

Central Valley Region
Central Valley Regional Chair Lisa Ott
Central Valley Regional Co-Chair Debbie Poochigian
San Joaquin County Chair Nancy Cochran
Stanislaus County Chair Nancy Hinton
Stanislaus County Co-Chair John Duarte
Tuolumne County Chair Joe Day
Mariposa County Chair Richard Westfall
Merced County Chair Katherine Uhley
Madera County Chair Rick Farinelli
Fresno County Co-Chair Audrey Redmond
Fresno County Co-Chair Ann Speake
Kings County Chair Hubert Rios
Tulare County Chair Clarissa “Nicky” Henderson
Kern County Chair Cathy Abernathy
Calaveras County Chair Bob Vile

Central Coast Region
Central Coast Chair Rob Bryn
Central Coast Co-Chair Sean Baird
Santa Cruz County Chair Gene Scothorn
Santa Cruz County Co-Chair Francisco Diaz-Lopez
Monterey County Chair Bruce Gordon
San Benito County Chair Beverly Miller
San Luis Obispo County Chair Rene Bravo
Santa Barbara County Chair Scott Dunn
Ventura County Chair Dianne Alexander
Ventura County Co-Chair Regina Risolio

Los Angeles Region
Los Angeles Regional Chair Gary Aminoff
Los Angeles Co-Chair Brian Chase
Los Angeles Deputy Chair Andrew Barnett
West Los Angeles Regional Co-Chair Kurt Schoeder
West Los Angeles Regional Co-Chair Rob Pederson

Inland Empire Region
Inland Empire Regional Chair Robbie Hightower
Inland Empire Regional Co-Chair Claudette Pais
Inland Empire Regional Co-Chair Chris Agrella
San Bernardino County Chair Carlos Valdez
San Bernardino County Co-Chair Robert Rego
Inyo County Chair Thaddeus Taylor
Mono County Chair Heather Baumann

Southern Region
Southern Region Chair Mark Williamson
San Diego County Chair Ursula Kuster
San Diego County Co-Chair Frank Dowse
Imperial County Chair Lisa Macklin
Orange County Chair Daniel Mole
Riverside County Chair Joe Ludwig
Perris/Hemet Area Chair Bonnie Wright
Temecula Area Chair Gladys Ernst

In Case You Missed It: Pat Buchanan, Chuck Todd Say Carly Can Win

Friday, July 30th, 2010

 

Pat Buchanan: “The governor’s race in California is a big one. Whitman’s got all that money, and she’s gonna be driving and Jerry Brown has slipped a bit. Or they are running about even I guess, if she runs  very strong. Boxer has never run real strong. I think there’s a real chance Carly Fiorina can win it.”

Chuck Todd: “Ok, let me underscore this. Barbara Boxer, the history of Barbara Boxer, in ’92 she got to run on Clinton and Diane Feinstein’s coat tails. In ’98, she ran on the Gray Davis landslide coat tails-remember he won in a landslide in ’98. In ’04 she had Kerry on the Presidential ballot, she has never, never have run when the top of the ticket, was, was, not strong and Jerry Brown may win, but he’s not gonna be strong. That’s the thing, because Meg Whitman is spending kagillions in here. So I think Boxer is in much bigger trouble than Patty Murray.

PPIC Poll Confirms Boxer’s Vulnerability, Declining Support

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA – Carly for California Deputy Campaign Manager Julie Soderlund today issued the following statement regarding the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC) Statewide Survey showing that Barbara Boxer’s support and lead have declined significantly since PPIC’s last survey in May:

“This poll is good news, and it confirms what an increasing number of election watchers have recently noted: despite being known by nearly all Californians, despite having been a politician for more than three decades and despite her millions of dollars in stockpiled campaign cash, support for Barbara Boxer is declining, the race is tightening, and Carly Fiorina has a clear opportunity to defeat her this November.

“The movement in this race from being a clear win for Boxer to a ‘toss-up’ is a testament both to Boxer’s failure as a senator and to Carly’s strength as a challenger. The financial commitments made to Carly’s campaign by several organizations in the past week only further underscore the growing recognition that this race is both competitive and winnable, even in deep blue California. And as voters learn more about Boxer’s support for more than $1 trillion in tax increases, job-killing legislation paid for at taxpayers’ expense and a massive expansion in government, we expect Boxer’s support to drop even further.”

This morning, the Washington Post moved California’s Senate race from the “lean Democratic” category to the “toss-up” category. The Rothenberg Political Report and the Cook Political Report previously moved the race to “toss-up.” Earlier this week, the National Republican Senatorial Committee announced it has reserved $1.75 million in television time in the final weeks of the general election campaign.

Carly Fiorina Launches Veterans Coalition, Names Statewide and Regional Leadership of Veterans for Carly

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

State Senator Jeff Denham, Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher and Assemblyman Paul Cook Among Honorary Chairs

SAN DIEGO, CA – U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today met with veterans at the Veterans Museum and Memorial Center in Balboa Park, where she launched Veterans for Carly and named Lieutenant Commander Paul Chabot statewide coalition chair.

"I am honored to serve as chair of Veterans for Carly because Carly Fiorina understands that protecting our nation is government's first priority. As a member of the U.S. Senate, Carly will stand up for the interests of our men and women in uniform and of those of us who served before them," said Chabot. "Barbara Boxer has repeatedly disrespected members of our military and has on multiple occasions voted against funding for our troops in times of war. That's why I will fight to defeat her this November and replace her with Carly Fiorina."

Also named today were Veterans for Carly Southern District Chair retired Army Specialist Tom Garcia, Northern District Chair retired Marine Corps Staff Sergeant Charlie Waters, Central District Chair retired Marine Corps Captain Joseph de los Santos and Honorary Chairs Senator Jeff Denham, Assemblyman Nathan Fletcher, Assemblyman Paul Cook, retired Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Orson Swindle, retired Navy Commander Everett Alvarez and retired Navy Vice Admiral Ed Martin. Statewide Volunteer Chair Chuck McDougald, a retired captain in the U.S. Army, will also serve as a senior advisor to Veterans for Carly. Fiorina also announced having earned the endorsement of 61 other veterans who have joined the veterans coalition supporting her campaign for U.S. Senate.

"During her 28 years in Washington, Barbara Boxer has consistently failed to stand up for the brave men and women who are willing to lay their very lives on the line to protect this great country. The fact that a veteran has to wait, on average, 158 days for a benefit claim to be processed or that young veterans face an unemployment rate of 30 percent here in California is simply unacceptable," said Fiorina. "Our nation's veterans have sacrificed much so that we Americans can enjoy the privileges of pursuing life, liberty and happiness. It is now our duty to continue fighting to protect those freedoms for future generations by championing policies to support these veterans and to ensure a stronger more secure nation for our children and grandchildren. And that begins by firing Barbara Boxer this November."

Barbara Boxer's record of opposing support for our troops and demonstrating a lack of respect for our men and women serving in uniform includes:

Repeatedly Opposing Defense Spending Bills, Including Legislation That Provided Billions Of Dollars For Body Armor And Defense Health Programs

In 2007, Boxer Was One Of Only 14 Senators To Vote Against Supplemental Funding For The War In Iraq And Afghanistan. (H.R. 2206, CQ Vote #181: Passed 80-14: R 42-3; D 37-10; I 1-1, 5/24/07, Boxer Voted Nay and Feinstein Voted Yea)

NOTE: The Iraq Emergency Spending Bill That Boxer Voted Against Provided:

  • $1.6 Billion For Body Armor
  • $2.4 Billion To Help Combat IEDs
  • $3 Billion For Mine Resistant Vehicles
  • $3 Billion For Defense Health Programs, Including Funding For The Treatment Of Soldiers Suffering From Post Traumatic Stress Disorder And Brain Trauma Injury (House And Senate Committees On Appropriations, "Summary Of The Fiscal 2007 Supplemental Funding Legislation," Press Release, 5/24/07)
In 2003, Boxer Was One Of Just 12 Senators To Oppose The $87 Billion Supplemental Appropriation For The Reconstruction Of Iraq And Afghanistan; The Bill Included Funding For Body Armor And Communications Equipment For The Troops. (S. 1689, CQ Vote #400: Passed 87-12: R 50-0; D 37-11; I 0-1, 10/17/03, Boxer Voted Nay and Feinstein Voted Yea; "Highlights Of Iraq, Afghanistan Measures," The Associated Press, 10/17/03)

The Bill Also Included Funds For The Maintenance And Operation Of Equipment, Defense Health Programs, And Increased Imminent Danger Pay. ("Highlights Of Iraq, Afghanistan Measures," The Associated Press, 10/17/03; Senate Republican Policy Committee, "Funding For Our Men And Women In The Armed Forces," S. 1689, 2/04)

Disrespecting Members Of The Military On Multiple Occasions:

"During A Committee Hearing In June, Boxer Upbraided A Brigadier General For Calling Her 'Ma'am' Rather Than 'Senator.'" (Lisa Lerer and Manu Raju, "Dems Raise Concerns About Boxer," Politico, 7/23/09)

Boxer Was One Of Only 25 Senators Who Voted Against Condemning A MoveOn.Org Ad Against General David Petraeus. (HR 1585, CQ Vote #344: Passed 72-25: R 49-0; D 22-24; I 1-1, 9/20/07, Boxer Voted Nay and Feinstein Voted Yea)
  • In A Full Page Ad In The New York Times, MoveOn.Org Claimed That Gen. Petraeus Was "Cooking The Books" And Called Him "General Betray Us." (Peter Wuetherich, "Petraeus: Battle-Hardened General On The Frontlines In Iraq," Agence France Presse, 9/10/07)
"At A Campaign Event Over The Weekend In Inglewood, California, Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer Seemingly Equated Being A Politician To Serving In The Military." (Amanda Carey, "Senator Barbara Boxer: Serving In The Military Is Like Being A Member Of Congress," Daily Caller, www.dailycaller.com, 7/26/10)

Iraq War Veteran Calls on Barbara Boxer to Apologize for Equating Military Service with Being a Politician

Monday, July 26th, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA – Veterans for Carly Coalition Co-Chairman Lt. Commander Paul Chabot, an Iraq War veteran, today issued the following statement in response to Barbara Boxer's disrespectful comments at an Inglewood event during which she equated the experiences of members of Congress with the experiences of veterans who have served our country in uniform:

"Barbara Boxer's disrespectful comments underscore just how out of touch she has become after her 28 years in Washington. Equating the experiences of members of Congress with those of brave soldiers who have fought to defend our country is just the latest example in a failed career marked by disrespect for our men and women in uniform.

"Unfortunately, this type of behavior is what we have come to expect from the senator who dressed down a brigadier general on national television and voted against condemning a disgraceful ad that attacked the integrity of General David Petraeus. To add insult to injury, Boxer will join anti-war activist Jane Fonda tonight for a campaign fundraiser. Barbara Boxer owes an immediate apology to all members of America's armed forces."

Today, Boxer Offered The Following Remarks About The Experiences Of Veterans:

BOXER: "We know that if you have veterans in one place where they can befriend each other and talk to each other. You know when you've gone through similar things you need to share it. I don't care whether you are a policeman or a fireman or a veteran or by chance a member of Congress. Maxine and I could look at each other and roll our eyes. We know what we are up against. And it is hard for people who are not there to understand the pressure and the great things that go along with it and the tough things that go along with it." (Sen. Barbara Boxer, Remarks At A Campaign Event, Inglewood, CA, 7/24/10)

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During Her Time In The Senate, Boxer Has Disrespected Prominent Members Of The Military On Multiple Occasions:

"During A Committee Hearing In June, Boxer Upbraided A Brigadier General For Calling Her 'Ma'am' Rather Than 'Senator.'" (Lisa Lerer and Manu Raju, "Dems Raise Concerns About Boxer," Politico, 7/23/09)

Boxer Was One Of Only 25 Senators Who Voted Against Condemning A MoveOn.Org Ad Against General David Petraeus. (HR 1585, CQ Vote #344: Passed 72-25: R 49-0; D 22-24; I 1-1, 9/20/07, Boxer Voted Nay and Feinstein Voted Yea)

  • In A Full Page Ad In The New York Times, MoveOn.Org Claimed That Gen. Petraeus Was "Cooking The Books" And Called Him "General Betray Us." (Peter Wuetherich, "Petraeus: Battle-Hardened General On The Frontlines In Iraq," Agence France Presse, 9/10/07)

Carly Fiorina Issues Statement on $1.47 Trillion Federal Deficit

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA – U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today issued the following statement in response to the Office of Management and Budget report released this afternoon projecting that the federal deficit will hit a record $1.47 trillion this year:

“Today’s report underscores just how deep a pit Barbara Boxer and Washington have dug for the people of this country. Under their watch, unemployment continues to soar, and we now know our federal deficit will reach a record $1.47 trillion this year. Still, Boxer remains intent on spending even more of taxpayers’ money and continues to talk about even more earmarks and even more government growth.

“It is painfully clear that Barbara Boxer and her colleagues in Washington have spent far too much of our money – and have no intention of changing direction anytime soon. Americans are already on the hook for billions of dollars in bailouts, and we simply cannot afford another six years of Boxer’s free-spending ways. Barbara Boxer obviously has no intention of making the tough choices necessary to set our nation on a path toward fiscal sanity, which is why we must replace her this November with a senator who will.”

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 Hosts Roundtable With Bay Area Businesswomen

Tuesday, July 20th, 2010

Discusses Job Creation in Seventh Statewide Jobs Tour Stop

LOS ALTOS, CA - U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today hosted a roundtable with Bay Area businesswomen at Main Street Cafe and Books in Los Altos to discuss the impact job losses and a lagging economy have had on their families, businesses and communities.

“California’s unemployment rate is among the worst in the nation, and more than 2 million of our fellow Californians remain out of work – underscoring the abject failure of Barbara Boxer’s big-government policies to create the jobs she promised,” said Fiorina. “Boxer’s ‘solution’ to our unemployment crisis is to further burden taxpayers to fund more growth in government. This view is dangerous for the long-term health of our economy, and it is both unsustainable and unworkable if our goal is real growth.”

Today’s roundtable was the seventh stop on Fiorina’s ongoing statewide jobs tour, during which she has highlighted the devastating effects of the job-killing policies Barbara Boxer has supported over the course of her 28 years in Washington. Fiorina has thus far visited San Diego, Clovis, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Marina Del Rey. She will continue traveling to communities around the state presenting to voters her own economic growth plan, which focuses on supporting job creation through tax cuts, less regulation and government policies that support small businesses, innovators and entrepreneurs.

“California’s small-business owners, innovators and entrepreneurs are the engines of growth in our economy and the lifeblood of our country. If our leaders in Washington are serious about supporting economic recovery, then they must be committed to implementing policies that give these job creators a boost, not get in their way,” Fiorina continued. “Californians are tired of career politicians like Barbara Boxer who continually demonstrate their unwillingness to support real job creation, and that’s why the voters of this state will fire her this November.”

Carly Fiorina Issues Statement on California Unemployment Rate

Friday, July 16th, 2010

SACRAMENTO, CA - U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina today issued the following statement regarding the report released by the California Employment Development Department this morning showing that 27,600 Californians lost their jobs last month, while the private sector added only 1,300 jobs:

“The news today that 27,600 Californians lost their jobs and private-sector job growth remained extremely weak last month underscores the fact that big-government policies that depend on temporary, taxpayer-funded government jobs will not provide the foundation of growth we need in order to experience a true economic recovery. Still, Barbara Boxer and her fellow Democrats in Congress continue to press for the budget-busting entitlements, job-killing regulations and higher taxes that drive jobs out of state. As a result, 2.24 million Californians remain unemployed today, and 13 of the top 20 most stressed counties in the nation are right here in California. Only an out-of-touch career politician like Barbara Boxer could witness such a crisis of joblessness and declare victory; it’s clear she’s interested in only one job in California: her own. That’s why I am running to replace her this November.

“Instead, our focus must be on implementing policies that are oriented to support private-sector job growth. That means cutting taxes and cutting through the thicket of regulation that prevents California companies from growing and hiring more employees.”

Carly Fiorina Brings Statewide Jobs Tour to Los Angeles

Friday, July 16th, 2010

MARINA DEL REY, CA - U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina was today joined by former Secretary of Commerce and former Kellogg Company Chief Executive Officer Carlos Gutierrez to host a press conference at Patty’s Presto Pizza in Marina Del Rey on the sixth stop of Fiorina’s statewide jobs tour.

“Our nation is in the midst of a terrible economic and political crisis – a fact only further underscored by the jobs numbers released this morning. We desperately need leaders in the U.S. Senate who will prioritize the issues most important to our fellow Californians, and that means pushing for real jobs and a sustainable economic recovery,” said Gutierrez. “Carly’s economic growth plan focuses on the policies we must have implemented in order to ensure a strong economic future, and that’s why we need her fighting for us in the U.S. Senate.”

Gutierrez currently serves as national co-chairman of the Business Coalition 100, a bipartisan coalition of more than 100 current and former business leaders in California and across the nation supporting Fiorina’s campaign to defeat Barbara Boxer. Also joining Fiorina at the press conference today were Patty’s Presto Pizza Owner Patty Phillips, 720CreditScore.com Owner Philip Tirone and Westway Electric Systems President and Associated Building and Contractors representative Chris Lang.

“Today we received the disappointing news that 27,600 Californians lost their jobs last month – further proof that temporary government jobs do not provide the foundation of growth we need in order to experience a true economic recovery. Sadly, this is only the latest in a string of disappointing reports we have received about the state of our economy over the last several months,” said Fiorina. “Despite the fact that Californians are staring 12.3 percent unemployment in the face, Barbara Boxer continually refuses to implement the pragmatic policies we need in order support the small-businesses and entrepreneurs who will help create jobs and grow the economy. That’s why I am running to replace her this November.”

Fiorina kicked off her statewide jobs tour in San Diego last month to highlight the devastating effects of the job-killing policies Barbara Boxer has supported over the course of her 28 years in Washington. Since then, Fiorina has brought her statewide jobs tour to Clovis, Sacramento, Beverly Hills and San Francisco to lay out the ideas in her economic growth plan designed to support real job creation through tax cuts, less regulation and government policies that support small businesses, innovators and entrepreneurs.



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