The terrorist attacks in Paris could shake up the 2016 presidential race, reminding voters of the high stakes and potentially boosting candidates who put their governing experience front and center.
During much of the campaign, voters have swooned over candidates who trumpet their nonpolitical résumés. Celebrity businessman Donald Trump and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson have led the Republican field, running far ahead of politicians who served in statehouses and Congress.
On the Democratic side, self-described socialist Bernie Sanders has been drawing the largest and most enthusiastic crowds, putting a scare into the establishment candidate, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
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