Another Republican Candidate Bows Out Of The Race, 12 Remain

The Republican candidate with the longest odds of attaining the presidency has suspended his campaign.  On Tuesday evening, former New York Governor George Pataki threw in the towel on his bid for the White House.  He was in last place in all of the recent national polls.


“While tonight is the end of my journey for the White House as I suspend my campaign for president, I’m confident we can elect the right person, someone who will bring us together,” Pataki said.

According to, Pataki’s departure leaves 12 Republican candidates remaining in the race.  That number is sure to drop after Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina vote for the their nominee in the upcoming months.

Who do you think will be the next to bow out?

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