Republican sources cited by Bloomberg are confirming Florida Senator Marco Rubio’s plans to run as a Republican presidential candidate in 2016, with an announcement scheduled for April 13 in the city of Miami.
Rubio would formally join his colleague, fellow Cuban-American Senator Ted Cruz, who announced his candidacy earlier this week. They are all but certain to be followed by several big names in the GOP, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul.
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