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Carly Fiorina Endorses Jenniffer González

By on September 25, 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. – New Progressive Party (NPP) Resident Commissioner candidate and Puerto Rico Republican Party President Jenniffer González received an endorsement from Cara Carleton “Carly” Fiorina, former Republican presidential hopeful and vice-president of the U.S. Republican party, who published a video on social media expressing her full support.

“I’ve travelled to Puerto Rico many times on both business as well as for pleasure, and I know so well the people of this lovely island. I know their values and their work ethic. I also know these are tough times, in many ways, for the people of Puerto Rico, and that’s why I think Jenniffer González is the leader for these times,” expressed the Republican politician and businesswoman.

(Left to Right) Former Republican presidential hopeful Cara Carleton “Carly” Fiorina alongside New Progressive Party (NPP) Resident Commissioner candidate Jenniffer González / Inter News Service

(Left to Right) Former Republican presidential hopeful Cara Carleton “Carly” Fiorina alongside New Progressive Party (NPP) Resident Commissioner candidate Jenniffer González / Inter News Service

Fiorina affirmed González “will fight for equality in the halls of Congress, and fight for economic development as well,” claiming she is certain the NPP candidate will have a steady hand in Congress.

The former presidential hopeful added González’s advice about the island’s situation is “sought after by many on Capitol Hill.”

The NPP politician appreciated Fiorina’s endorsement, praising her as a “living example of what can be achieved with perseverance and commitment to values and principles […] She will be a great ally in the fights ahead to achieve equality of all Puerto Ricans with our fellow citizens in the first 50 states, and attracting investment and creating jobs for our people.”

González then brought attention to her own initiatives for women’s opportunities in the workplace. “Now I hope to continue serving my fellow citizens as the first woman to be elected Resident Commissioner,” she concluded.”

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