Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a potential Republican presidential candidate, speaks to voters in the first primary state of New Hampshire last month. Republicans aren’t in the habit of choosing younger nominees, but if Rubio can win the nomination, his relative youth could be a big advantage against Hillary Clinton.
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a potential Republican presidential candidate, speaks to voters in the first primary state of New Hampshire last month. Republicans aren’t in the habit of choosing younger nominees, but if Rubio can win the nomination, his relative youth could be a big advantage against Hillary Clinton. Jim Cole The Associated Press
Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a potential Republican presidential candidate, speaks to voters in the first primary state of New Hampshire last month. Republicans aren’t in the habit of choosing younger nominees, but if Rubio can win the nomination, his relative youth could be a big advantage against Hillary Clinton. Jim Cole The Associated Press

Rubio’s youth could give him a leg up in GOP field

March 12, 2015 05:00 PM