In Iowa City, Carly Fiorina Pushes Back Against Polls
Republican Presidential candidate Carly Fiorina says she's not concerned about low poll numbers heading into the Iowa Caucuses, which are now less than one week away.
"Polls don't win elections," Fiorina said to a crowd of a couple hundred people at the University Athletic Club in Iowa City.
Fiorina said her ground game in Iowa, New Hampshire and the early states remains strong, and she will be on the ballot in all 50 states.
Historically if the polls were right at this point in the past, there would have been a President Howard Dean, Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton, according to Fiorina.
Fiorina said she's tired of hearing about the same issues and same talking points from other candidates. She said she is a leader who can bring change.
"What are we talking about, we're talking about the same things," she said. "We've been talking about these things for a really long time, and they're not fixed."