On the site CafePress.com, total sales from Clinton-related products in the past six months have amounted to more than double the sales of all other potential 2016 contenders combined.

While the site, which offers thousands of user-generated products such as shirts, bumper stickers and signs, wouldn’t give specific numbers, a sales chart shows Clinton crushing the possible 2016 competition from both sides of the political aisle, including Sen. Marco RubioMarco RubioRubio moves to name street outside Russian embassy after slain opposition leader THE MEMO: Trump takes the fight to Congress Rubio says town halls designed for people to 'heckle and scream' MORE (R-Fla.), New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) and Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulCruz, Lee, Paul demand 'full repeal' of ObamaCare Top House conservatives won't back draft ObamaCare replacement Freedom Caucus chair says he'd vote against draft ObamaCare replacement MORE (R-Ky.), as well as Vice President Biden and Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth WarrenSenate confirms Wilbur Ross as Commerce secretary Dem leaders try ‘prebuttal’ on Trump Perez and Ellison an unlikely duo to help Democrats start winning MORE (D-Mass.).

A seemingly endless number of Clinton-themed novelties grace the site, with an $18 “Hot for Hillary” infant bodysuit and a “Keep Calm and Vote Clinton” $44 hooded sweatshirt being just a few of the options for fans.

In the first half of the year, sales of Clinton products remained strong, reaching their peak in February as the ex-first lady formally resigned from the State Department.

After taking dips in March and May, Clinton mania began to rise again on CafePress in June, around the same time that the former New York senator joined Twitter.

Since logging on to the site almost exactly a month ago (she describes herself on her Twitter profile as a “pantsuit aficionado”) and tweeting a mere seven times, Clinton has amassed nearly 600,000 followers.

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