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Skidmore-041715.jpg While recent polls have shown Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker performing well in potential Republican primaries, the results of a new Marquette Law School survey suggest that his presidential ambitions may be weighing on his approval rating in his home state.

Lincoln-Chafee-041615.jpg After launching an exploratory committee just last week, former Senator and Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee appeared to jump into the race for president in remarks on Thursday.

Rubio-senate-041315.jpg Highlighting his relative youth compared to other more well-known candidates, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., officially launched his campaign for president on Monday. In an event at the Freedom Tower in downtown Miami, Rubio argued that a new generation of leaders is needed in the 21st century.

Hilary-041315.jpg Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton formally entered the 2016 race for the White House on Sunday in a bid to become the first woman U.S. president. In a video on her website, Clinton said, "I am running for president... Everyday Americans need a champion. I want to be that champion."

HillaryClinton-Campaign-041015.jpg Hillary Clinton will officially kick off her highly anticipated 2016 presidential campaign as early as Sunday, according to multiple media reports. Citing a source familiar with the campaign, Britain's The Guardian newspaper said Clinton will make the announcement on Twitter at noon ET on Sunday while en route to Iowa.

loiscapps-040915.jpg Congresswoman Lois Capps, D-Calif., announced Wednesday she will not run for re-election in 2016 after representing California's 24th district for nearly twenty years.

PaulRand-Clinton-040915.jpg Just two days after officially launching his campaign, Sen. Rand Paul's, R-Ken., presidential ambitions have received a boost from a Quinnipiac University poll showing the Kentucky Senator running well against Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton in three key swing states.

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