Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina was in Lebanon Wednesday, speaking to a large crowd at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
The former Hewlett-Packard CEO vowed to repeal Obamacare during her 20-minute remarks in front of mostly medical personnel, saying the country needs to promote a free market and competition in health care.
The Valley News reports that Fiorina ignored a question about whether her plan would include an individual mandate to require coverage, and when asked again, a staff member quickly intervened. Fiorina currently ranks eighth in the Granite State among Republican candidates according to the most recent CNN/WMUR poll, well behind frontrunner Donald Trump.
Numbers are even less favorable on a national scale, as Fiorina ranks 10th with just 1-percent support according to figures from politico.com.
After her stop in Lebanon, Fiorina appeared on Fox New’s Hannity that aired at 10 p.m.