Likely GOP Presidential Candidate Fiorina Visiting Iowa

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Carly Fiorina

Carly Fiorina

URBANDALE, Iowa — A potential presidential candidate is making stops in the metro Wednesday. Carly Fiorina is on day two of a five day swing through Iowa.

Wednesday morning she’ll be at the Machine Shed in Urbandale at 7:00.

In Sioux City on Tuesday, Fiorina said she’s “98-percent sure” that she will run as a Republican candidate for president in 2016.

Fiorina spoke about small businesses being “crushed” by government, repealing the Affordable Care Act, and the government securing the border.

She was also critical of Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy decisions as Secretary of State…

“I think voters are relating to me. You know I have a totally different experience set than anyone else running. I’m not a professional politician. I started out as a secretary. So when I am here and elsewhere in Iowa and throughout the country, I think people really believe that a citizen government can help take us back in the right direction again,” said Fiorina.

Fiorina ran Hewlett Packard before running for U.S. Senate in California in 2010. She lost to incumbent Barbara Boxer.

She has 13 stops planned in Iowa this week.

On Saturday, she’ll join a host of potential candidates and declared candidates in Waukee at the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Spring Kick Off Forum.

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