Carly Fiorina defended her record at Hewlett-Packard on Wednesday during the Republican debate.
"I will run on my record all day long," she said.
Fiorina, who served as the company's CEO, said that as a top executive she was held accountable and had to be transparent.
"If I misrepresented those results or projections in any way I was held criminally liable. Imagine if a politician were held to that standard of account," she said.
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Wednesday marked the third Republican primary debate.
The latest Monmouth University poll — released Monday — showed Ben Carson leading the field in Iowa by double digits, while Donald Trump held tight in second place.