Despite her low name recognition and unfamiliarity with voters, GOP candidate Carly Fiorina isn't concerned about her electability or her lack of professional political experience going into Tuesday's GOP debate.
"Let's just remember that on May 4th when I launched my candidacy, I was 16 out of 16. The polling companies didn't even ask voters about my name because less than 4 percent of them had heard of me," Fiorina said during an interview on "Sunday Morning Futures." "Now I'm in 6th place on the main stage. I kind of like that trajectory and it's a different trajectory, a faster trajectory than any other candidate out there particularly given the fact that I remain the least well-known candidate."
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO has often been criticized on the campaign trail for her management tactics when she worked in business, but Fiorina has continually defended her record, stating that her business experience helps prep her for political office.
"The only way you go from a secretary to where I have come from in my life is you produce results and you solve problems and you lead and that's what we need right now. Less talk, more results," the GOP candidate, who is sixth in the Washington Examiner's presidential power rankings, argued.