Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks Wednesday at Wellman's Pub & Rooftop in West Des Moines, Iowa. Money may be growing tight for four Republican presidential hopefuls clustered under Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, just when they’re about to need it the most. Financial reports coming out Jan. 31 will reveal who began the year with enough cash to put their long-range campaign plans into motion. For Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich, the aim is a strong showing in New Hampshire on Feb. 9 that power boosts them deep into primary season. Marco Rubio’s imperative is to do well enough in the first four states to vote that he can make a sustained climb in the weeks that follow.
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks Wednesday at Wellman's Pub & Rooftop in West Des Moines, Iowa. Money may be growing tight for four Republican presidential hopefuls clustered under Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, just when they’re about to need it the most. Financial reports coming out Jan. 31 will reveal who began the year with enough cash to put their long-range campaign plans into motion. For Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich, the aim is a strong showing in New Hampshire on Feb. 9 that power boosts them deep into primary season. Marco Rubio’s imperative is to do well enough in the first four states to vote that he can make a sustained climb in the weeks that follow. Andrew Harnik Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks Wednesday at Wellman's Pub & Rooftop in West Des Moines, Iowa. Money may be growing tight for four Republican presidential hopefuls clustered under Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, just when they’re about to need it the most. Financial reports coming out Jan. 31 will reveal who began the year with enough cash to put their long-range campaign plans into motion. For Chris Christie, Jeb Bush and John Kasich, the aim is a strong showing in New Hampshire on Feb. 9 that power boosts them deep into primary season. Marco Rubio’s imperative is to do well enough in the first four states to vote that he can make a sustained climb in the weeks that follow. Andrew Harnik Associated Press

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