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  1. Bobby Jindal

    Bobby Jindal Exits 2016 GOP Race

    It wasn’t the Big Easy. The Louisiana governor didn’t excite Republican primary voters, despite his strong conservative voice. He was fully engaged as recently as this weekend, making headlines for refusing to allow Syrian refugees into his state. But his campaign only had $261,000 in the bank, and he never rose above 2 percent in the polls. In announcing his decision — following departures by former candidates Rick Perry and Scott Walker — Jindal said he’s realized it’s “not my time” but hopes the GOP will become a “party of growth.”

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