Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and potential GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has booked her second trip to the first-in-the-nation primary state in less than a month’s time.
Fiorina, who chairs the grassroots activists group Unlocking Potential (UP) Project, had already scheduled a visit to the state on Feb. 10 to speak to a “Politics and Eggs” breakfast at the Bedford Village Inn. Today, the New Hampshire Young Republicans announced that she will be the featured speaker at their “Gipper Awards” presentation on March 7 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.
The award recipients will be former congressional candidate Marlinda Garcia and NHYR Southern Regional Vice Chairman Shaun Doherty.
“The Gipper Award is our organization’s highest honor and is given yearly to a male and female Republican under age 40 who displays an outstanding effort in promoting New Hampshire’s youth in the political process and the Republican cause,” the NHYR said.
Fiorina visited the state several times last year organizing conservative women for the midterm election through the UP Project and then returned in December to speak at an event hosted by Rep. Frank Guinta and his Independent Business Council of New Hampshire.
She has announced that she is strongly considering a run for President and has the former Republican National Committee deputy communications director, Sarah Isgur Flores, as her spokesman.