Hillary Clinton, Christie surge ahead in 2016 merchandise contest

Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenClinton slams Trump, but stops short of calling him racist or sexist Kasich paints himself as 'our only hope' in 'Star Wars'-themed ad White House weighs overtime rule changes MORE (Mass.) comes in a very distant second place, with about 6,200 products, trailed by Vice President Biden with 3,221 doo-dads. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo takes the fourth place spot among Democrats with 2,744 items and Sen. Mark WarnerMark WarnerTurf battle erupts over hot cyber issue Housing groups argue Freddie Mac's loss should spur finance reform Week ahead: Rival encryption efforts clash on Capitol Hill MORE (Va.) gets just a sliver of love from CafePress users with less than 300 goodies (241 to be precise) for sale.

On the GOP side, Christie — who, like Clinton has not said whether he’ll run in three years — crushes the competition, with about 20,000 different knick-knacks up for grabs. Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioTrump lands Calif. lawmaker endorsement Trump: Rubio as VP 'could happen' The Trail 2016: GOP stages of grief MORE (Fla.), who was the center of veepstakes buzz last year, trails the Garden State politician by more than 10,000 products, with some 7,600 bearing his name or image. 

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Dr. Ben Carson are virtually tied for third place in the tally, with about 6,000 pieces of merchandise each. 

Rounding out the rest of the maybe-Republican 2016 candidates: former vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul RyanPaul RyanSessions: Ryan made ‘big mistake’ not backing Trump Ryan fans GOP civil war over Donald Trump Third-party push gaining steam MORE (Wis.), former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, Sen. John ThuneJohn ThuneAir traffic control plan faces tough fight ahead GOP blasts Obama for slow economic growth Overnight Tech: Business data deals on FCC agenda MORE (S.D.) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee. Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulThird-party push gaining steam Activists target Google employees over GOP convention plans McConnell pledges to support Trump MORE (Ky.) makes a slight dent in the CafePress race with 1,110 products.

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