PHOENIX — Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina was scheduled to participate in an Arizona-based telephone town hall Monday night, the event’s nonprofit sponsor said.
The Arizona Security and Prosperity Project said Fiorina, who has climbed in the polls after two strong showings in the GOP debates, will answer questions from state callers starting at 7:45 p.m., addressing topics including border security and economic development.
The call will last a half-hour and can be heard by dialing 1-855-756-7520 Ext.30097, then touching the pound sign.
Fiorina visited Phoenix in September to speak at a convention.
More than a dozen candidates remained in the race for the party’s nomination: former Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker dropped out in September.
All the candidates were invited to the tele-town hall, but so far only Fiorina and Dr. Ben Carson have been scheduled.
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