Which of the Republican presidential candidates has the best chance to win the party ticket and why?
For the Republication Primary of the 2016 Presidential Election
It's way too soon to speculate as not everyone who plans to run has announced yet. It's a grueling process going through the debates, doing countless interviews revealing one's stance on issues all while avoiding making any idiotic statements.
As of now it's probably Jeb Bush and Scott Walker who have the best chance of winning the Republican nomination.
A lot can happen though between now and then.
Back in 2007 when people were looking at Democrat candidates for 2008 Hilary Clinton was the heavy favorite to win the nomination. After Iowa Obama pretty much ran away with the nomination.
The candidate that works extra hours . And the same candidate who give it all. For example, he or she attent to all the meetings and answers the incoming important phone calls relate to the presidency. And he shows love for his position without getting stress . Also, the candidate most have the knowledge to lead. The candidate ability to give public speeches has a good chance to be a leader. He or she has a possibility to win.
It looks like Jeb Bush is gonna be the big winner for the Republican ticket. Which is fine, I guess. Better the devil you know than pants-on-head lunatics like Scott Walker.
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