Carly Fiorina, the one-time chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, suspended her presidential campaign on February 10 after failing to finish in the top five during the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary.
Fiorina entered the Republican race as a longshot. She never held elected office after unsuccessfully running for the U.S Senate in 2010. Her candidacy appeared less about winning than being on the stage at debates, as she was the only woman running for the GOP nomination.
Yet Fiorina outperformed expectations. After being relegated to "undercard" debate during the first Republican debate, she rose in polls and qualified for several main stage debates. She surged in the polls following inaccurate claims she made in defense of Planned Parenthood.
Fiorina has been an aggressive critic of Hillary Clinton, able to speak about Clinton in ways male candidates likely could not. She has also demonstrated knowledge of national security and foreign policy, while candidates like Donald Trump have at times struggled to answer basic questions.
Fiorina raised little money and remained unlikely to win the nomination after plummeting in the polls.
"She fell off-she just went down. She went down a long way, right?"
On "Fox News Sunday," Texas Senator Ted Cruz defended Carly Fiorina's business record amid ongoing controversy about outsourced jobs in Indiana.
Ted Cruz's decision to tap Carly Fiorina echoes Ronald Reagan's gambit heading into the 1976 convention.
Ted Cruz's latest play to keep his presidential bid alive has Donald Trump shaking his head.
Sen. Ted Cruz named Carly Fiorina as his running mate Wednesday. During her remarks to supporters in Indianapolis, Fiorina sang a brief version of a tune she sings to his daughters.
Well, this was hardly a sleepy post-primary day!
Fiorina endorsed Cruz in March and has been a frequent presence with the candidate on the campaign trail ever since.
In a week of headlines emphasizing Trump's problems with female voters, the Cruz campaign turned to its new tandem of Heidi Cruz and Carly Fiorina.
Carly Fiorina threw her support behind Ted Cruz's presidential campaign in a surprise endorsement on Wednesday.
Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has bowed out of the race, she announced Wednesday.
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Fiorina Fights On Despite Debate Exclusion
Secretary of State Bill Gardner predicts that there will be a total of about 550,000 votes cast on Tuesday - more than the 529,000 cast in 2008.
Carly Fiorina will not be on stage when Republican presidential hopefuls square off for their final debat before the New Hampshire primary on Saturday.
Voters had their say for the first time in the 2016 presidential campaign, and the results could mean some measure of chaos for both parties.
The big question is whether this ultimately made a difference in candidate support as the results start to come in.
So, how does a caucus really work? Here's what you need to know before Monday's contest in Iowa.