Over the next few weeks and months, many GOP primary voters will turn to Google to learn about the candidates: what their families look like, what their spouses do for a living, and what the deal is with their hair. When you type a candidate's name into Google, the search engine populates the box with popular search terms for that person. The slide-show gallery above visualizes some of the strangest things people search for when getting the scoop on primary candidates.
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