It's Almost 2016: Polls Have Clinton and Christie Tied in Ohio

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Because the political media just. can't. stop., bored pundits and pollsters are already trotting out 2016 presidential analysis.

As the narrative goes, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and current New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie are eyeing a 42-42 split in the state of Ohio. It's not like there's a primary system of voting, so we've got to rely on conventional wisdom that these two pols will be the frontrunners.

(They probably will be.)

Realistically, there's not *that* much time left before the election, so both parties are going to have to start scrambling for crucial swing state support.

More important to the national conversation, of course, would be a poll pitting House Speaker John Boehner and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich against each other in a slap fight. Just for, you know, funsies.

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