If you live in Iowa, you cannot swing a dead cat these days without running into someone who is considering running for President although several of them do a very poor job letting Iowans know where they are planning on being at.
This week, former Hewlett Packard CEO and unsuccessful 2010 Republican candidate for U.S. Senate Carly Fiorina has been traveling across Iowa as she considers a run for the Republican nomination next year.
According to her Facebook page and articles in newspapers, Fiorina has been in Council Bluffs, Sioux City, and in Cedar Rapids. The Wall Street Journal reports that Fiorina plans to announce her campaign on May 4th. According to the latest CNN poll that was released on Sunday, Fiorina is at 2% among potential candidates.
Upon announcing, Fiorina would join Senators Ted Cruz, Rank Paul, and Marco Rubio as declared candidates for the Republican Presidential nomination.