Carly Fiorina has repeatedly blasted Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail and now says it's time for fellow Republican candidates to do the same.

The former Hewlett-Packard CEO delivered an informal policy speech in Oskaloosa, Iowa, Wednesday evening during which she emphasized the importance of continuing to hold the likely democratic nominee accountable.

"If we want to win we have to throw every punch at Hillary Clinton," Fiorina reportedly said.

Recently, Fiorina has gone after Clinton for her silence on the videos of Planned Parenthood officials discussing the organization's selling of aborted babies' organs and has slammed the former secretary of state for her liberal policy prescriptions on education reform.

The only female GOP candidate has previously said that "if Hillary Clinton faces a woman opponent, she will get a hitch in her swing."

According to Iowa Public Radio, many of Fiorina's supporters who gathered to see her in Iowa would be thrilled to see a debate between the two female candidates.

"I would love it," one small business owner, James Huyser, reportedly said.

A lack of name recognition and governing experience has Fiorina polling in the bottom half of GOP field. She remains at 1.4 percent in the RealClearPolitics polling average, right on the edge of making it into the first Republican primary debate in Cleveland, Ohio, on Aug. 6.