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16 for '16: Who Will be the Next Presidential Candidates?
Vice President Joe Biden addresses an audience while campaigning for Democrat Seth Moulton, a candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, Wednesday, Oct. 29, in Lynn, Massachusetts. Biden is considering a third presidential run but is overshadowed by Hillary Clinton's possible entrance into the race.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (C) and U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (R) applaud as U.S. President Barack Obama speaks at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey, Dec. 15. Christie is hoping the Fort Lee bridge scandal behind him and focus on his leadership in the Garden State.
A file picture dated Oct. 7, 2006 shows then Florida Governor Jeb Bush (R) with then US president George W. Bush (C) and his father former President George H.W. Bush (L). The former governor's last name is familiar to voters, but it also means he'll need to separate himself from his brother.
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker gives a thumbs up as he speaks at his campaign party Tuesday, Nov. 4, in West Allis, Wisconson. The Wisconsin governor's ability to take on unions and winning three times in a purple state has made an appealing GOP candidate for president.
Dr. Ben Carson speaks as the keynote speaker at the Wake Up America gala Event Sept. 5, at the Westin Kierland Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. The neurosurgeon has become a popular pundit on Fox News, and his sometimes harsh rhetoric against the president has resonated with conservative voters.
U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., left, speaks with state Rep. Pat Grassley, R-New Hartford, during a luncheon for Grassley, Wednesday, Oct. 29, in Waterloo, Iowa. The Florida senator's Cuban heritage and tea party appeal instantly spurred speculation of an eventual White House run after his election in 2010. But his work on immigration reform alienated many conservatives and he has struggled to regain credibility amongst an important group of GOP primary voters.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney greets the crowd during a rally for Republican Senate candidate Dan Sullivan at a PenAir airplane hangar on Nov. 3, in Anchorage, Alaska. With no clear GOP front runner ready to take on a potential Hillary Clinton candidacy, some former supporters are trying to get Romney to run for a third straight time.