Carly Fiorina's file

Fiorina

Republican from California

Carly Fiorina is running for the Republican nomination for president in 2016. She is the former chairman and chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard Company (HP). She was defeated in her attempt as the Republican nominee to unseat Sen. Barbara Boxer in 2010.

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Ted Cruz targets Donald Trump in CA GOP convention speech. Some claims miss, others on target

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz took aim at Donald Trump, including on the New York billionaire's foreign policy stance, during his Saturday speech at the California Republican Party Convention. From our initial look, Cruz missed the target a few times, but also scored some hits.

Fact-checking claims by Donald Trump & John Kasich at the CA GOP convention

A social media look back at Friday's questionable claims and some protest scenes from the first day at the California Republican Party Convention. Tweets are from @CAPolitiFact and @CapRadioNews.

 

 

Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina & John Kasich to headline CA GOP convention

PolitiFact California will be fact-checking claims made by presidential candidates Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich at the California Republican Party Convention this week. Follow us @CAPolitiFact for live tweets from the event. 

Ted Cruz, Carly Fiorina and the Truth-O-Meter

Ted Cruz says Carly Fiorina will be his running mate should he overtake Donald Trump to become the Republican presidential nominee.

 

That's Canadian-born, Texas-reared Cruz potentially bidding with Austin-born Fiorina...

 

Say you want to keep up with Ted Cruz on the Truth-O-Meter.

 

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PolitiFact’s Top 5 fact-checks for March 2016

With heated primaries on both sides of the aisle, most of our Top 5 fact checks from March focused on the two so-called outsider candidates: Democratic candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders and Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.