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NEW YORK CITY—It should come as no surprise that real estate executives turned to someone with a great business background in Globest.com’s survey of the “Most Savvy Politico” in the past decade.

In a tight race, Carly Fiorina, the Republican nominee for the US Senate in California, won the race for Top Savvy Politico with 41% of the vote. Election Day was not as kind as the Globest.com survey respondents were to the former Hewlett-Packard executive, who lost in a tight race to Senator Barbara Boxer on Election Day. In the survey, Fiorina edged out Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, who secured 39% of the vote for second place.

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