Fiorina speaks at Clovis Veterans Memorial Auditorium
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- Republican candidate for senate Carly Fiorina made a stop in the valley Saturday speaking to supporters at a campaign training session.
Fiorina met with her supporters at the Clovis Veteran's Memorial hall auditorium.
She talked about why she thinks it's important to create new jobs and addressed the valley's water crisis.
Fiorina attacked her opponent Barbara Boxer by saying that the stimulus program she voted for has done little to improve the nations weak economy.
"810 billion dollars of taxpayer money spent on stimulus and what has happened? The unemployment rate has gone up," Fiorina said.
Boxers campaign responded by saying that the stimulus quote, "helped to save or create hundreds of thousands of California jobs, including more than 40 police officer jobs in Fresno."
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