As the 2016 White House race begins to form, more than a few dark horse GOP candidates could end up breaking away from the pack.
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With the Republican presidential field wide open, the campaign could be a repeat 2012, when even candidates thought to be longshots briefly stole the spotlight and spiked in the polls.
“We don’t even have anywhere near a front-runner and it doesn’t look like one is going to break free,” said GOP strategist Ford O’Connell. “There’s a potential opening for a lot of these wild-card candidates.”