On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal published a report that suggested former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina will launch her presidential ambitions on May 4.
This places Carly among the other early arrivals for the GOP presidential primaries. According to the WSJ, Fiorina will be announcing her candidacy online, and then hold a conference call with national reporters.
She’s not the only one to skip the formal announcement; Senators Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, and Ted Cruz all announced their intentions to bid for candidacy via the Internet, as did Hillary Clinton.
Fiorina’s announcement comes on the same day that everyone’s favorite Tea Party neurosurgeon, Ben Carson, is expected to make his grand announcement while in Detroit.
Of course Fiorina’s chief spokeswoman wouldn’t confirm the Journal report:
Of all the Republican choices, Fiorina is down at the bottom. A recent CNN poll released on Monday noted that only 2% of the population surveyed would support Fiorina.
[h/t and cover picture TPM]