The 2016 rumor mill is already in full swing, with some familiar faces on both sides of the aisle.
Hillary Clinton is the current favorite to win her party's nomination, but other high profile Democrats like Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., could still jump in the fight.
Contrast that with potential GOP primary contenders, and you'll see the field is an absolute mess. Nearly a dozen candidates make up the not-so-short list of those who might seek the GOP nomination, and many of them are still virtually unknown to most Americans.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is different. Like Clinton, he needs no introduction, and some say that puts him a cut above the competition.
Watch as UVA Center For Politics analyst Kyle Kondik explains how another Bush candidacy could impact who enters the fight for the GOP nomination.