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Published: 2015/08/19
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Published: 2015/09/17
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Published: 2015/12/06
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Published: 2015/11/02
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Published: 2014/03/15
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Published: 2016/05/27
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Published: 2016/02/15
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Republican Party presidential candidates, 2016
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This article contains the list of candidates associated with the 2016 Republican Party presidential primaries for the 2016 United States presidential election.

Candidates[edit]

Individuals included in this section have their own Wikipedia page and either formally announced their candidacy or filed as a candidate with Federal Election Commission (FEC) (for other than exploratory purposes).

Nominee[edit]

Name Born Current/previous positions State Announced Candidate Logo and campaign link Ref
Donald Trump by Gage Skidmore 10.jpg
Donald Trump
June 14, 1946
(age 71)
Queens, New York
Chairman & President of The Trump Organization
(1971–2017)

Reform Party presidential candidate in 2000
Flag-map of New York.svg
New York
June 16, 2015 Trump Transparent.svg
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
[1][2][3]

Withdrew during the primaries[edit]

The following individuals participated in at least two presidential debates. They withdrew or suspended their campaigns at some point after the Iowa caucuses on February 1, 2016. They are listed in order of exit, starting with the most recent.

Name Born Current/recent State Announced Withdrew Candidacy Endorsed Ref
Kasich
John Kasich
May 13, 1952
(age 65)
McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania
69th
Governor of Ohio
(2011–present)
Ohio Flag Map Accurate.png
Ohio
July 21, 2015 May 4, 2016 Kasich 2016.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
No endorsement (wrote in John McCain) [4][5]
Ted Cruz, official portrait, 113th Congress (cropped 2).jpg
Ted Cruz
December 22, 1970
(age 46)
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
United States Senator from Texas
(2013–present)
Flag-map of Texas.svg
Texas
March 23, 2015 May 3, 2016 Cruz 2k16 text.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [6][7]
Marco Rubio, Official Portrait, 112th Congress.jpg
Marco Rubio
May 28, 1971
(age 46)
Miami, Florida
United States Senator from Florida
(2011–present)
Flag-map of Florida.svg
Florida
April 13, 2015 March 15, 2016 Marcorubio.svg
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [8][9]
Ben Carson by Gage Skidmore 6.jpg
Ben Carson
September 18, 1951
(age 66)
Detroit, Michigan
Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery,
Johns Hopkins Hospital
(1984–2013)
Flag-map of Florida.svg
Florida
May 4, 2015 March 2, 2016 Carson for President 2016.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [10][11]
Bush
Jeb Bush
February 11, 1953
(age 64)
Midland, Texas
43rd
Governor of Florida
(1999–2007)
Flag-map of Florida.svg
Florida
June 15, 2015 February 20, 2016 Jeb Bush presidential campaign, 2016
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Ted Cruz, then no endorsement [12][13]
Gilmore
Jim Gilmore
October 6, 1949
(age 68)
Richmond, Virginia
68th
Governor of Virginia
(1998–2002)
Flag-map of Virginia.svg
Virginia
July 30, 2015 February 12, 2016 Gilmore 2016.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [14][15]
Christie
Chris Christie
September 6, 1962
(age 55)
Newark, New Jersey
55th
Governor of New Jersey
(2010–present)
Flag-map of New Jersey.svg
New Jersey
June 30, 2015 February 10, 2016 Christie 2k16.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [16][17]
Carly Fiorina NFRW 2015 lighting corrected.jpg
Carly Fiorina
September 6, 1954
(age 63)
Austin, Texas
CEO of Hewlett-Packard
(1999–2005)
Flag-map of California.svg
California
May 4, 2015 February 10, 2016 Carly 2016.svg
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Ted Cruz, then Donald Trump, later rescinded endorsement [18][19]
Santorum
Rick Santorum
May 10, 1958
(age 59)
Winchester, Virginia
United States Senator from Pennsylvania
(1995–2007)
Flag-map of Pennsylvania.svg
Pennsylvania
May 27, 2015 February 3, 2016 Santorum 2k16 text.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Marco Rubio, then Donald Trump [20][21]
Rand Paul, official portrait, 112th Congress alternate (cropped).jpg
Rand Paul
January 7, 1963
(age 54)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
United States Senator from Kentucky
(2011–present)
Flag-map of Kentucky.svg
Kentucky
April 7, 2015 February 3, 2016 Rand Paul Presidential Campaign logo.svg
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [22][23]
Huckabee
Mike Huckabee
August 24, 1955
(age 62)
Hope, Arkansas
44th
Governor of Arkansas
(1996–2007)
Flag-map of Arkansas.svg
Arkansas
May 5, 2015 February 1, 2016 Huckabee Plain.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Donald Trump [24][25]

The following individuals participated in at least one authorized presidential debate but withdrew from the race before the Iowa caucuses on February 1, 2016. They are listed in order of exit, starting with the most recent.

Name Born Current/recent State Announced Withdrew Candidacy Endorsed Ref
Pataki
George Pataki
June 24, 1945
(age 72)
Peekskill, New York
53rd
Governor of New York
(1995–2006)
Flag-map of New York.svg
New York
May 28, 2015 December 29, 2015
Pataki for President Campaign Logo.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Marco Rubio, then John Kasich, then no endorsement [26][27]
Lindsey Graham by Gage Skidmore 3.jpg
Lindsey Graham
July 9, 1955
(age 62)
Central, South Carolina
  United States Senator from South Carolina  
(2003–present)
Flag-map of South Carolina.svg
South Carolina
June 1, 2015 December 21, 2015 Graham 2k16.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Jeb Bush, then Ted Cruz, then no endorsement [28][29]
Jindal
Bobby Jindal
June 10, 1971
(age 46)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
55th
Governor of Louisiana
(2008–2016)
Flag-map of Louisiana.svg
Louisiana
June 24, 2015 November 17, 2015 Jindal 2016 (Vertical).png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC filing
Marco Rubio, then Donald Trump [30][31]
Scott Walker March 2015.jpg
Scott Walker
November 2, 1967
(age 49)
Colorado Springs, Colorado
45th
Governor of Wisconsin
(2011–present)
Flag map of Wisconsin.svg
Wisconsin
July 13, 2015 September 21, 2015 Walker 2k16.png
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC Filing
Ted Cruz, then Donald Trump [32][33]
Gov. Perry CPAC February 2015.jpg
Rick Perry
March 4, 1950
(age 67)
Haskell, Texas
47th
Governor of Texas
(2000–2015)

Flag-map of Texas.svg
Texas
June 4, 2015 September 11, 2015
(CampaignPositionsWebsite)
FEC Filing
Ted Cruz, then Donald Trump [34][35]

Other candidates[edit]

The following notable individuals filed as a candidate with FEC by November 2015.

Name Born Current/previous positions State Announced Candidacy Ballot
status
Ref
Jack Fellure (cropped).jpg
Jack Fellure
October 3, 1931
(age 86)
Midkiff, West Virginia
Perennial candidate
Prohibition Party nominee in 2012
Flag-map of West Virginia.svg
West Virginia
November 7, 2012 FEC Filing none
AndyMartin.jpg
Andy Martin
October 31, 1945
(age 70)
Middletown, Connecticut
Perennial candidate
Birther activist
vexatious litigant.[36]
Flag-map of New York.svg
New York
August 16, 2015 (Website)
FEC Filing
162 votes
NH
[37]

Additionally, Peter Messina was on the ballot in Louisiana,[38] New Hampshire, and Idaho.[39] Tim Cook was on the ballot in Louisiana, New Hampshire and Arizona. Walter Iwachiw was on the ballot in Florida and New Hampshire.

Other withdrawn candidates[edit]

Individuals in this section formally announced a bid for the nomination of the Republican Party, and filed with the FEC to be a candidate, but were not featured in any major opinion polls, and were not invited to any televised presidential primary debates.

Name Born Current/previous positions State Announced Withdrew Candidacy Ref
Dennis Michael Lynch 2015.jpg
Dennis Michael Lynch
August 28, 1969
(age 48)
Businessman
Documentary film maker
Conservative commentator
Flag-map of New York.svg
New York
April 22, 2015[40] May 3, 2015[41] FEC filing
MarkEverson.jpg
Mark Everson
September 10, 1954
(age 63)
New York City, New York
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
(2003–2007)
Flag-map of Mississippi.svg
Mississippi
March 5, 2015 November 5, 2015[42] Mark Everson 2016.jpg
(Website)
FEC Filing
[43][44]
Jimmy McMillan Blue 2 2011 Shankbone.jpg
Jimmy McMillan
December 1, 1946
(age 70)
New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Chairman and leader of the Rent Is Too Damn High Party

(2005–2015)

Flag-map of New York.svg
New York
August 22, 2015 December 9, 2015[45] (Website)
FEC Filing

Potential candidates who did not run[edit]

Previous[edit]

The following people were the focus of presidential speculation in multiple media reports during the 2016 election cycle but did not enter the race.

Declined[edit]

Individuals listed in this section were the focus of media speculation as being possible 2016 presidential candidates but publicly, and unequivocally, ruled out presidential bids in 2016.

See also[edit]

Candidates
Primaries
General election polling
Democratic primary polling
Republican primary polling
Republican primary debates
Democratic primary debates

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