One year out, tumult dominates wide open US 2016 race

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump files for the New Hampshire state ballot as New Hampshire Secretary of State William Gardner (L) looks on, November 4, 2015 in Concord, New HampshireAmericans elect a new president one year from Sunday, with the names Clinton, Trump, Carson and Bush at the fore. The race is wide open, with Democrats seeking a historic treble and Republicans suffering an identity crisis. As the country gears up for a 12-month campaign slog — starting with a dash to the first statewide primary contests in February — concern has risen over Mideast violence and police-citizen tensions at home, and debate swirls over immigration, guns and income inequality.

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