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Add former pres­i­den­tial hope­ful Carly Fio­r­ina to the list of those who are not done yet. She still has an ac­tive cam­paign site and a clear mis­sion, she says, to “con­tinue the fight to elect con­ser­va­tives, re­form Washington, and re­store a cit­i­zen gov­ern­ment to our great na­tion.”

Ms. Fio­r­ina — who is con­sid­er­ing a 2018 run for a U.S. Se­nate seat in Vir­ginia — will be the key­note speaker at the Global Good Fund Sum­mit, now un­der­way in the na­tion’s cap­i­tal.

“Re­silience and grit have fu­eled her life­long com­mit­ment to re­spon­si­ble lead­er­ship,” a source says, not­ing that Ms. Fio­r­ina will ad­dress her call­ing at the event, staged in a his­toric ho­tel just a few blocks from the White House, and hosted by the or­ga­ni­za­tion’s CEO, Car­rie Rich.

And on the lun­cheon menu for the event, which gets un­der­way at nigh noon: heir­loom toma­toes with Bur­rata cheese, mi­cro basil and bal­samic driz­zle, soy ginger salmon with stir-fried spring pea shoots, plus Ital­ian le­mon-zest cake with red berry coulis.

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