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Which do you think will win the Republican primary for president?

We’ve been asked which of the following GOP candidates will win their party’s nomination in November: Former Florida Gov.

Jeb Bush, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Ohio Gov.

John Kasich, Wisconsin Gov.

Scott Walker, or Ohio Gov, John Kasich.

But there’s a huge difference between who will win in November and how the candidates will use the nomination to get elected.

For the GOP’s 2016 hopefuls, there’s no clear path to victory.

Here are five key questions about which candidates will be the GOP standard-bearer in November.

(The Washington Post) If there’s one candidate who stands out, it’s former Florida Gov., Jeb Bush.

A former two-term governor of the Sunshine State, Bush was among the early front-runners to jump into the race.

He won the GOP presidential nomination in 2012, but has struggled to get his message out to a wide swath of voters.

Bush has been a vocal advocate for a pro-life agenda that includes his administration’s efforts to overturn Roe v.

Wade and abortion restrictions.

He is also a vocal supporter of a strong border wall, which he said could be the best response to a surge of undocumented immigrants in the country.

(AP) Former Texas Sen., Ted Cruz.

Cruz was one of the early hopefulls to jump on board the Republican Party’s ticket in 2016, and he’s been a champion for the right to vote.

He’s been one of Trump’s loudest defenders of Trump during the presidential race, and has said he believes there’s an “emerging majority” of Americans who want to see the party change its policies.

Cruz is the only candidate who’s held public office in the United States.

(Bloomberg News) Ohio Gov., John Kasich: Kasich, the former chairman of the Republican Governors Association, has made a name for himself in the state’s Senate and has held his own against a strong field of GOP candidates.

Kasich was considered a possible presidential contender in 2016 but has yet to formally announce his candidacy.

(Reuters) The U.S. has been hit by a series of terrorist attacks in recent years, and Trump has repeatedly called for a renewed focus on curbing the terrorist threat.

In an interview with the New York Times last year, Trump called for “a total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United Kingdom and Europe” in response to the terrorist attacks.

(CNN) If Kasich wins, he will face a difficult task trying to get the party to embrace a platform that puts Trump’s anti-immigrant, pro-defunding agenda ahead of the security of the country and the rights of the American people.

(ABC News) The question of who will be a leading Republican in the general election is a tough one, as the 2016 presidential candidates have been competing for the nomination.

Trump, for example, has said that Cruz would be the nominee and that he would take the nomination if he won.

If Trump does not win, former New York Gov.

George Pataki will be nominated to become the next Republican presidential nominee.

(CBS News) There’s a clear choice for the Republican party’s nominee: Former New York Sen., Jeb Trump.

He was one the early candidates to jump onto the Republican ticket in November, and his views have been embraced by many in the party.

He has been one the loudest critics of Trump throughout the presidential campaign, and was one who helped push the GOP platform to overturn the Affordable Care Act.

(NPR) Ohio Rep., Ted Strickland: Stricklland is a strong advocate for the pro-choice agenda.

He said he would continue to fight for the rights and safety of women and the unborn.

(Politico) Ohio Sen., Rob Portman: Portman has been the lone voice for the GOP in favor of defunding Planned Parenthood.

Portman said in the past he has been reluctant to say he opposes the organization, but he has spoken out more recently.

(Fox News) Wisconsin Gov., Scott Walker: Walker has been an outspoken supporter of the pro­-life cause.

He supports a border wall with Mexico and said he’d like to see a border tax on undocumented immigrants.

(Associated Press) Texas Sen, Ted Cruz: Cruz has been criticized by some of the GOP establishment for supporting Trump, who has repeatedly said that the United State must adopt a pro­life agenda.

Cruz has said it would be best for the party if the United Nations and the international community put pressure on North Korea to stop its nuclear weapons program.

(USA Today) The debate over the Republican candidates has been heated in recent weeks.

The debate about the GOP nomination has been hot in recent days.

(Getty Images) In the past, Trump has often criticized former rival Marco Rubio for not being as strong as he should be, and Rubio has also criticized Trump.

But Rubio has been vocal in his criticism of Trump, and this debate comes as the former Florida governor has been trying to make a case for himself to voters. (

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