Some women like her, others don’t! Hillary, like many Democrats, tends to poll better among the less well-off, but her campaign is reaching to get a little more grrl power at the CEO level (which is, sadly, a rather shallow pool from which to draw). Since Romney’s already locked up Ebay CEO Meg Whitman, and McCain’s got former HP CEO Carly Fiorina and Giuliani’s got Wendy’s CEO Kerrii Anderson, Clinton’s advisers are trumpeting her support from unnamed Google and E&Y managers, senior managers at JP Morgan Chase, a bunch of former Clinton appointees who work in the corporate world, Billie Jean King, and Diane von Furstenberg. Supposedly Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy is supporting Hillary, but she refuses to say so publicly which is why she’s listed in a story in the Wall Street Journal. Does name-dropping women that support her make you want to vote for her more? Yeah, us neither. [Wall Street Journal]
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