Marco Rubio is just one candidate for the Republican nomination for President in a field that includes a tycoon and a neurosurgeon in addition to governors and congressmen. These candidates have a lot in common, but a lot MORE that separates them. Find out where Rubio stands on immigration reform, combating ISIS, raising the minimum wage and the legality of gay marriage. Video by Natalie Fertig / MCT
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