Why aren't more women's groups fighting to get Carly Fiorina into the GOP debates?

“Everybody’s taking a very hands-off approach,” said Ann Stone, a longtime GOP political operative and founder of Republicans for Choice, a pro-abortion rights political action committee.

“The Republican Party prides itself on not siding with people for their gender, their race, etcetera—not siloing people.” Stone said. “Anything that smacks of quotas, no matter how strongly people feel, we want people to be on the stage for their own merit.”

“What purpose does a quota serve in a general election?” she said. “They need to be able to generate their own support.”