Scott Walker Exiting 2016 Race

September 21, 2015

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker, once thought to be a leading candidate for the 2016 Republican nomination is exiting the race, the New York Times reports. A news conference is scheduled at 6PM eastern time.

Here is the current polling average for the 15 remaining candidates, based on 5 recent national polls. Click the image for details.

 

 

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