2016 Presidential race

Ever since Gov. Walker wowed a gathering of Iowa conservatives a few weeks ago, the country has been learning a lot more about him.

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While speaking to an international affairs think tank in London, Gov. Walker skirted questions about foreign policy issues and evolution.

Gov. Walker has become the first potential 2016 presidential candidate to open an office in Iowa, which will hold its GOP caucuses early next year.

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The 2016 Presidential election is still more than 20 months away, but the list of would-be contenders for the major parties’ nominations is growing.

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The Wisconsin Congressman says he wants to focus on his work in Congress. Ryan is the new chair of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.

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Gov. Walker will attend the Iowa Freedom Summit on January 24, along fellow Republican Govs. Christie of New Jersey and Rick Perry of Texas.

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Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan, like Gov. Walker, has a book in the works about his politics. Both Republicans are rumored to be interested in running for president.

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Three well-known GOP governors are helping one of their colleagues.

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Gov. Scott Walker embarks on a speaking frenzy this week. He’s set to keynote huge Republican gatherings in Connecticut and New York City, then head to Iowa, to be the star of a GOP gathering. Iowa is home to the nation's first presidential caucuses.

According to a new Marquette Law School Poll, Wisconsin would favor a Clinton-Ryan presidential race, with Clinton winning.