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2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
2016 Republican Candidate  Esteban Oliverez
    (age 34)
Esteban Oliverez seeks to emulate what he considers the wiser aspects of both Republican and Democratic doctrine while discarding the nonsense, but he generally comes down on the political left. Nevertheless, many centrists may feel an attraction to his policies, which avoid straying far to either side of the spectrum.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Florida
Republican Presidential Candidate Marco Rubio
    (age 44)
Marco Rubio is definitely on the short list of names for Republican frontrunner. Being himself of Cuban heritage, he enjoys strong support among the important Latino demographic, in addition to holding solid conservative principles that make him eminently likeable to the Republican constituency.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
U.S. Senator from Texas
2016 Republican Candidate  Ted Cruz
    (age 45)
The Harvard and Princeton-educated attorney once served as the Domestic Policy Advisor to former president George W. Bush. Noted for his formidable oratory skill, Senator Cruz is viewed by some as one of the intellectual leaders of the tea party movement.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of New Jersey
Republican Presidential Candidate Chris Christie
    (age 53)
Chris Christie tells it like it is and doesn't care whom he offends – even when he gets in trouble for being nice. More than a few people on all sides have surely used his portrait as a dartboard, but he's earned a lot of respect for his fearless tongue, and Republicans appreciate his conservative ideology.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Constitutional Republican and strong conservative
Republican Candidate 2016 John Dummett, Jr.
    (age 60)
Hailing from the state of California, John Dummet, Jr is a Constitutional Republican who has become disenfranchised with both the Republican and Democratic parties.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Attorney and Certified Public Accountant
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Brooks Cullison
    (age 60)
A man of faith for whom addressing the threat of radical Islam is Job One, but Brooks Cullison also worries about the abused and destitute in the US and the high volume of illegal immigrant traffic crossing the border with Mexico. Support for education is another issue on which he feels strongly.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businesswoman and Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina
    (age 61)
The only well-known woman running for the Republican nomination in 2016, Carly Fiorina is a unique political figure. Her business experience and conservative principles make her attractive to the right, but past difficulties and failures could haunt her moving forward.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Veteran and volunteer spokesperson with Americans For Fair Taxation (AFFT)
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Kerry Bowers
    (age 61)
A former military man with a long career in the United States Air Force, Kerry Bowers has experience not only in the armed forces but as a police dispatcher, businessman, and in many other fields.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Florida
2016 Republican Candidate  Jeb Bush
    (age 62)
Florida's only Republican two-term Governor, Jeb Bush is a heavyweight political contender who comes from a family of presidents. His left-leaning ideologies make him too liberal for the taste of some in his party, however, and his lineage could be hindrance rather than help.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Governor of Ohio
2016 Republican Candidate  John Kasich
    (age 63)
The sitting Governor of Ohio has enjoyed stunning political success over his life, and he's hoping to ride it all the way to the White House in 2016. His incomplete rejection of Obamacare has put him on the outs with the Tea Party, but other Republicans are likely to back his strong conservative policies.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Physician, Author and Citizen Politician
2016 Republican Candidate  Ben Carson
    (age 64)
Ben Carson is a highly accomplished physician who is seen as a breath of fresh air in the world of politics. He has left his position as director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Medical Center and is in pursuit of the U.S. presidency in 2016.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former Governor of Virginia
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Jim Gilmore
    (age 66)
Jim Gilmore has ruffled conservative feathers with his abortion positions, but there is no doubting his right-wing tendencies on a number of other issues. He has also achieved the closest analogue to filling the Oval Office - governing a state – giving him the resume to back up his potential aspirations.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businessman and veteran
2016 Republican Candidate  Michael Petyo
    (age 66)
A “business first” fiscal conservative with a very optimistic view of the role played by corporations in generating wealth, Michael Petyo is himself a business owner who feels the United States has lost its way economically and that relaxed regulation on the private sector is the solution.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Army child and business owner
Republican Presidential Candidate Skip Andrews
    (age 66)
“Skip” Andrews is a diverse candidate who probably has at least one opinion to please anyone. Few politicians are able to satisfy both a pro-legalization marijuana advocate and a staunch pro-lifer. Of course, this also means most would object to a majority of his platform.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Businessman, television personality and author
Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump
    (age 69)
A wealthy business tycoon and well-known American personality, Donald Trump brings a dour attitude that never fails to entertain. He has channeled his notoriety into a number of outlets, now including a 2016 presidential run.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Engineer and perennial candidate
Republican Candidate 2016 Jack Fellure
    (age 84)
A stubborn refusal to say “die” is one of the hallmarks of Jack Fellure, who's been running for President every four years since 1988. He's a dauntlessly religious man and a rock-solid conservative, advocating alcohol prohibition and the criminalization of homosexuality, among other right-wing positions.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Republican Candidate 2016 George Bailey
    (age unknown)
George Bailey has spent much of his life preaching the gospel, but he's had a rich and successful career outside the ministry as well. He's a solid conservative pretty much across the board. Bailey is unfortunately saddled with a number of health problems, but he doesn't let them keep him down.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Creative Dreamer
Republican Candidate 2016 Michael Bickelmeyer
    (age unknown)
An eccentric fellow who enjoys coming up with some very creative inventions, Bickelmeyer is running for the GOP nomination in 2016. He has a very dim view of terrorists and drug traffickers – in fact, he wants to deploy weapons to fry them from orbit.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
American Progressive
2016 Republican Candidate  Eric Cavanagh
    (age unknown)
With a platform that generally aims to the left, Eric Cavanagh nevertheless has a number of right-leaning ideas, including a 100% porn tax. He also favors “mandatory expungement”: Six months after being convicted of a serious crime, your record is wiped clean. Even minor offenses would be forgotten after 3 months.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
International entrepreneur and business professor
Republican Candidate 2016 Dale Christensen
    (age unknown)
With experience in business management around the world, Dale Christensen is a self-described “first and foremost” family man who advocates a variety of conservative principles.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Business-owner and Veterans Advocate
Republican Presidential Candidate 2016 Jim Hayden
    (age unknown)
Not content to sit idly by while the nation slips further away from our founding documents, Jim Hayden has announced his candidacy for President. This self-described “constitutional conservative” is making his second run for the presidency following an unsuccessful bid in 2012.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Former combat pilot and current airline captain
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Chris Hill
    (age unknown)
Chris Hill is a combat veteran who served as a pilot during Desert Storm. Although he is running on the Republican ticket, some of his leanings are at odds with those of the GOP, including his “Living Wage” plan and his support for labor unions and recognition of gay marriages.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Navy Veteran
Republican Presidential Candidate 2016 Valma Kittington
    (age unknown)
Valma Kittington is a veteran of the US Navy and a “born again” Christian. With conservative leanings on abortion, gun control, and drug laws, as well as a strong stance against illegal immigration, she is a good fit for many religious Republicans.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Republican Candidate 2016 Andy Martin
    (age unknown)
On the surface, Andy Martin is a pretty straightforward conservative with little standing out about him. He's got a colorful past, though, filled with vexatious litigation and accusations of being an anti-semite. He has sued the State of Hawaii for the release of Barack Obama's birth certificate.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Manufacturing Professional
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate Peter Messina
    (age unknown)
“Staunch” may not be the right word to describe Peter Messina's conservatism, but he definitely favors the right wing. His attitudes toward taxation, Obamacare, and especially gun control will win him friends in the GOP, but those same people may arch a brow at his feelings on illegal immigration and Muslim Americans.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Water Treatment Operator (Retired)
2016 Republican Presidential Candidate James C. Mitchell, Jr.
    (age unknown)
Jim Mitchell, Jr is a pro-life, pro-gun rights conservative from Illinois. He's got a bone to pick with crime, and his methods are as novel as they are aggressive: mandatory military service for young people to starve off gang recruitment, and free government-distributed narcotics to collapse the illegal drug trade.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Veteran and Pastor
2016 Republican Candidate  K. Ross Newland
    (age unknown)
It's hard to disagree with what K. Ross Newland wants to do as President – there's so darn little of it. He believes in limited government that leads by influence rather than mandate, while his strong Christian faith brings him to call for generous tithing that would allow churches to practice large-scale charity.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Entrepreneur, innovator, limited government advocate
Republican Candidate 2016 Brian Russell
    (age unknown)
Brian Russell is a successful entrepreneur who believes that implementing sound economic policy should be the government’s top priority. He also supports a strong military and foreign policy that presents the USA as the true leader in the free world.

2016 Republican Presidential Candidate
Common-Sense Leader
2016 Republican Candidate  Jefferson Sherman
    (age unknown)
He'd rather talk about America's problems and their solutions than talk about himself, but he's got a lot to say. Jefferson Sherman has three “core goals” for his administration, should it come to pass, focusing on job creation, honorable foreign policy, and reduced government.

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 Trump 31% 25% 38% 36% 41% 43% 31% 36.25% 
 Cruz 22% 21% 14% 16% 12% 18% 21% 16.92% 
 Rubio 19% 21% 12% 14% 8% 14% 10% 12.42% 
 Carson 6% 11% 9% 8% 9% 4% 9% 8.08% 
 Bush 3% 5% 5% 7% 7% 4% 5% 5.42% 
 Christie 3% 3% 3% 5% 3% 2% 1% 2.92% 
 Kasich 3% 5% 2% 3% 2% 5% 2% 2.83% 
 Fiorina 2% 3% 3% 2% 1% 2% 2% 2.08% 
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 • Skip Andrews
 • George Bailey
 • Michael Bickelmeyer
 • Kerry Bowers
 • Jeb Bush
 • Ben Carson
 • Eric Cavanagh
 • Dale Christensen
 • Chris Christie
 • Ted Cruz
 • Brooks Cullison
 • John Dummett, Jr.
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 • Jack Fellure
 • Carly Fiorina
 • Jim Gilmore
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 • Jim Hayden
 • Chris Hill
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 • Peter Messina
 • James C. Mitchell, Jr.
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