After repeatedly failing to disclose Carly Fiorina's involvement with the Romney campaign during her appearances on the network, CNN identified Fiorina as the "California Co-chair, Romney For President" during her appearance on The Situation Room last week:
Several media outlets have recently struggled with proper disclosure of Romney advisers and other figures closely involved in the upcoming elections; CNN's move is a step in the right direction.
As Media Matters noted, Fiorina made several appearances on CNN in September and October, frequently boosting Mitt Romney while attacking President Obama with a range of often-false Romney campaign talking points. During those appearances, Fiorina was identified in a variety of ways, such as former CEO of Hewlett-Packard; chair of the charity group Good360; former Republican Senate candidate and vice-chair of the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
In addition to being the California Co-Chair of Romney's campaign, Fiorina has also been named to the Women for Mitt National Advisory Board.