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The 20 Republicans considering a 2016 White House run

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For the 2016 presidential race, more than 18 months away, the GOP presidential field is shaping up to be the largest in recent history. As it stands now, 20 Republicans have serious intentions for a White House run in 2016, with some aggressive rumblings already, and others expecting to gear up in the next few weeks. Jonathan Easley of The Hill expects a flurry of announcements to begin in April. With a year and a half until the first debate,…

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Happy St. Patty’s Day: Irish Republicans endorse Marc O’Rubio

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The Irish-American Republicans (IAR), a 130-year-old coalition of Irish-Americans in the Republican Party, today announced their enthusiastic endorsement of Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate. “Marco Rubio is a principled and effective leader who will help limit government, lower taxes, defend America and preserve our freedoms,” said IAR Regional Chairman Jim Bomford. “Marco Rubio has a proven record of public service and is a real patriot who will not only oppose big government disasters like the stimulus and ObamaCare, but also…

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Happy St. Patty’s Day: Irish Republicans endorse Marc O’Rubio

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The Irish-American Republicans (IAR), a 130-year old coalition of Irish-Americans in the Republican Party, today announced their enthusiastic endorsement of Marco Rubio for U.S. Senate. “Marco Rubio is a principled and effective leader who will help limit government, lower taxes, defend America and preserve our freedoms,” said IAR Regional Chairman Jim Bomford. “Marco Rubio has a proven record of public service and is a real patriot who will not only oppose big government disasters like the stimulus and ObamaCare, but…

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USA Today: Charlie Crist Brightens GOP’s Senate Outlook

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From Susan Davis, USA Today: Charlie Crist’s entry in the Florida Senate race for 2010 gives Republicans a strong player on a field that again will be tilted in favor of the Democrats. After picking up six seats in 2006 and nine last year, Democrats have no coming retirements and hold only two seats in 2010 races that election analysts currently consider competitive. Republicans hold four seats in races that figure to be close. Counting the two independents who tend…

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