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2016 GOP candidate quiz: Who said it?

Updated

On Tuesday, November 10, the Republican presidential candidates will square off in the fourth GOP debate. And with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee out of the main debate stage, the field appears to be narrowing down. 

A lot has unfolded since the last GOP debate, from new revelations about Ben Carson to Donald Trump hosting “Saturday Night Live” for the first time since 2004. And the GOP presidential contenders have also said many things about the state of the economy, the Keystone XL pipeline and everything in between. Can you pin the candidate to their own words? Take this quiz and find out.

This candidate said he views Hillary Clinton and Marco Rubio as “the same person” because of their views on the Middle East.

Just before he sent out this tweet, this GOP candidate gained the endorsement of Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill.

“Now, when it comes to medical marijuana,” the candidate told “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert, “if the experts come back and say we need this for people who have seizures, I’m for that.”

This quote was a GOP candidate’s response to Donald Trump’s attacks on him and his campaign.

The candidate later tweeted an article featuring his answer with the comment, “Gotta do it.”

The candidate said this in response to a law that he vetoed in his home state that would allow for easier voter registration.

In an earlier tweet, this candidate called Rubio a “lightweight” and “overrated” politician.

Ben Carson, Bobby Jindal, Chris Christie, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush, John Kasich, Marco Rubio, Mike Huckabee, Republican Party and Ted Cruz

2016 GOP candidate quiz: Who said it?

Updated