After visiting the state several times last year to organize Republican and conservative women to be active in the midterm election, former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina, now actively exploring a presidential candidacy, will return to New Hampshire next month.
Neil Levesque, executive director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College, said Fiorina will be the featured speaker at a “Politics and Eggs” breakfast co-sponsored by the NHIOP and New England Council on Feb. 10.
“New Hampshire is the perfect state for her to explore a run,” Levesque said. “She is a talented communicator with a great story to share. She is already doing all of the things candidates need to do and she is doing them very well.”
Fiorina last Tuesday joined U.S. Rep. Frank Guinta after at his celebratory dinner after he was sworn in as a member of the 114th Congress.
She was in New Hampshire several times during the midterm campaign as the head of her Unlocking Potential PAC organizing grassroots activities by conservative women. In early December she appeared at a breakfast hosted by Guinta in his role as chair of the Independent Business Council of New Hampshire. That visit came shortly after she announced she would explore a run for President.
Fiorina’s visit will come a day before Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who is also exploring a run for President, is scheduled to return to the state for a two-day visit.