Have you noticed there's been almost no mention of the candidates ages in the 2016 election cycle?
Ronald Reagan was 69 when he entered the White House. When he left at 77 he was showing early signs of alzheimer's disease.
John McCain was 71 in 2008 when he ran against Barack Obama, who entered the White House at 46.
Let's look at what the ages of the current five candidates' will be when entering the White House:
Donald Trump will be 70.
Ted Cruz will be 46.
John Kasich will be 64.
Hillary Clinton will be 69.
Bernie Sanders will be 75.
Could it be age is no longer relevant?
The last three presidents have served eight years. Do you think age will be an issue in four years when running for a second term?