2016 Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina
The next RURAL TOWN HALL spotlights 2016 Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina as she addresses issues that matter to rural Americans. Watch clips from the show, read a complete transcript of the questions and answers and find out more about presidential candidate Carly Fiorina below.
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RURAL TOWN HALL SPECIAL GUEST: CARLY FIORINA
A graduate of Stanford University and the University of Maryland, Carly Fiorina rose through the ranks at AT&T, eventually becoming Head of North American Field Operations before transitioning to an executive leadership role at Lucent. In 1999, she was recruited to serve as the CEO of Hewlett-Packard, becoming the first woman to lead a FORTUNE 20 company. Since leaving HP, Carly has served on the boards of several organizations. Fiorina and her husband, Frank Fiorina, live in a home in the Washington, D.C. suburb of Mason Neck, Virginia, overlooking the Potomac River.
ABOUT RURAL TOWN HALL
Produced in conjunction with Mediacom Connections Channel and Gannett, RFD-TV’s RURAL TOWN HALL is a series of one-hour prime-time specials focusing on rural American issues in advance of the 2016 presidential election. Candidates from both parties are invited to outline their platforms in front of a live audience, covering issues important to voters in rural areas such as healthcare, broadband, education and agriculture. Read more about RURAL TOWN HALL.