I can predict this without even Buzz and the Univac 3000. (Remember, Buzz is on assignment in Colorado and Washington. His return date, and that of the Univac 3000 is still unknown.)
We can give a little time to the Democratic nomination process.
Democratic Primaries 2016
Once Hillary announces, which will be sometime in the summer of 2015, all serious competition should evaporate. The 2016 Democratic primary season will be almost as exciting as the 2012 Democratic primaries, although the incarcerated felon might not be on the ballot in West Virginia this time around.
All the serious contenders like Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, and the 55 or so incumbent Democratic Senators will sit this one out. We may see a Dennis Kucinich type get his or her name on the ballot in a few states, but for all intents and purposes, the 2016 Democratic nomination process will basically be Hillary running as an incumbent.
With regards to Vice President Joe Biden, Democrats love Biden, but not as President. Maybe he'll do another eight at VP. I understand he loves the Naval Observatory.
GOP Primaries 2016
If you enjoyed 2012, the 2016 GOP primaries will be a blast. We'll see some of the usual suspects, along with some fresh new faces who sat out 2012.
Former PA Senator Rick Santorum will be back for a curtain call. Remember the GOP has a habit of nominating the first runner up in subsequent elections. (Ronald Reagan in 1980, George H.W. Bush in 1988, Bob Dole in 1996, John McCain in 2008, and Mitt Romney in 2012.)
Santorum is the GOP heir apparent, and aint nobody gonna tell him he aint. I understand that he has already bought a home on the Iowa State Fairgrounds and has set up a deep fried butter and kool-aid stand.
Showman Donald Trump will again toy with the idea of seeking the GOP nomination, but will have to drop out when it is discovered he was not born in USA, but on the planet Oranganium.
Former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty will make another, but drop out before the Iowa straw poll this time. He will also be on the VP short list, but will be passed over yet again. Always a bridesmaid, never a bride.
Texas Governor for life Rick Perry will not run for three reasons. One, he can't find that Brokeback Mountain jacket he used in his TV commercials, two, poor debate performances, and three,...umh......ahhh...............Oooops.
Former House Speaker Newton Leroy Gingrich just doesn't have the Newtmentum this time around, and Sheldon Adelson might not make it to 2016 due to his health or an FBI investigation into a hit being placed on Karl Rove.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal is still reeling from that almost comical State of the Union response a few years back. I can just envision the commercials of him walking out of the shadows in that Southern mansion time and time again, set to some creepy Halloween music.
But, on a serious note. Watch Florida, but not for Senator Marco Rubio. If his grand foreign policy speech of this past Fall is any indication of his foreign policy gravitas, he's "not ready for prime time."
Former Florida Governor and brother of W., Jeb Bush has pushed the big tent theory especially with Hispanics, and he is George W. without the cowboy and an elevator that goes to the top floor.
Everybody says New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, but unless the GOP makes a sharp turn to the middle, Christie will never make it through the GOP primary and caucus process. There's a large part of the GOP that will blame the 2012 loss on Mittens being a moderate and not conservative enough. Christie will be seen as Mitt 2.0.