The GOP field of 2016 is full of bright and promising candidates.

And while some of the contenders are already leading polls, the field has a long way to go before the general election is held.

In the meantime, let’s look at the best chances for the GOP candidates.

Read moreNews in ScienceIt will be interesting to see if any of these guys makes the top five.

There are a few candidates who might.

The Republican Party is so big right now that it has some serious candidates vying for the presidency.

This year, there are a number of Republican candidates who have made waves.

There is Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, former Florida Gov.

Jeb Bush, New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul and Sen. Marco Rubio.

Of course, many of these names have been there since the beginning.

The real story is the breadth of the field and the fact that some of them have been able to compete successfully for the nomination and the presidency without having a real path to the White House.

But before we look at which Republican candidates have the best shot at becoming the party’s next president, we should look at what we know about the Republican field.

Here’s what we do know about how the candidates stack up.1.

Rand and Christie will be the first two to the stageRand and Christie are both former governors who have both spent time as governors.

They have been prominent voices in the Republican Party and have been considered the frontrunners for some time.

But their chances are much better now.

Christie is an unlikely candidate.

His popularity in New Jersey has been declining, and he has been unable to build support among Republican voters outside the state.

In other words, Christie would have to win the support of a large percentage of Republicans to be able to take on the nomination.

And the party has already given up on him.

Christie has already endorsed the eventual nominee, Donald Trump, and has been publicly critical of the real estate tycoon.

But if Christie is able to hold onto his political base and get some traction in New Hampshire and elsewhere, he could be a serious contender for the White “in three or four months,” says Richard Winger, the political director of the conservative American Conservative.2.

Cruz and Paul are the future of the GOPThe two most experienced governors in the GOP field, Cruz and Rand Paul, have both been endorsed by President Donald Trump.

They also have an impressive record in Washington.

Cruz has been one of Trump’s most prominent allies, and the Texas senator has shown a strong interest in running for president.

Cruz, a freshman senator from Texas, has a record of accomplishment.

Cruz was elected to the Senate in 2012, becoming the first Republican to ever serve as vice president.

He was re-elected in 2016, and was the first Senate Republican to endorse Trump in 2015.

He also became the first Senator to endorse the presumptive GOP nominee in 2016.

Paul, a veteran lawmaker from Kentucky, is a longtime member of the Republican caucus and is known for his conservative stances.

Paul is considered to be a potential contender for vice president, though his chances for that job are far from assured.

The Kentucky senator also has a very conservative record.

He has voted against abortion rights, supports gay marriage, and supports repealing Obamacare.

If Paul does get elected, he may not be able at this point to garner much traction with the GOP base.3.

Rubio will be a contender for president and vice presidentAs is true of Christie, Rubio will also be an interesting candidate.

Rubio is one of the most prominent voices for change in the party.

The former Florida governor is known as the “King of Immigration,” and he’s the co-author of the “Biden Immigration Plan,” a comprehensive immigration reform bill that would create a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants in the country.

Rubio has also been a strong advocate for a pathway to citizenship and a pathway for young undocumented immigrants who have been here for many years.

He is considered a moderate candidate and is expected to support some immigration reform, including a path for undocumented people who have already been here and those who have family members here.

Rubio would have the potential to be an effective vice president and would be a strong leader.

But the Republican party needs to pick a leader that can unite the party, especially if it wants to win back the White Houses.

The establishment of a new conservative movement in the United State could be an attractive prospect, but it will require a leader who can unify the party in the same way Trump has united the GOP in the 2016 election.4.

Paul will be another solid candidatePaul is also a strong supporter of immigration reform.

The junior senator from Kentucky has made a name for himself on immigration issues, advocating for a path toward citizenship for immigrants who entered the country as children and working to make sure that the border is secure.

The senator has also championed the border wall, and many believe that if he were to become president, he would build it.