(CNN) - Midterm elections are just 32 days away, but many are already talking about the presidential race in 2012.
Former Bush White House chief of staff Andy Card had a few predictions for how the race may shake out - including a possible President Obama-Hillary Clinton ticket.
"[It] wouldn't surprise me if she became the vice presidential nominee. And the vice president [Biden] became the Secretary of State," Card said on CNN's American Morning. "That would shake things up."
Card's prediction came a day after a new Gallup Poll showed Obama would beat Clinton in a Democratic primary rematch. Talk of a potential Obama-Clinton ticket has been floating around political circles over the last several months, though neither Biden or Clinton have suggested they are interested in switching jobs.
But that may not be the only option that could shake things up, Card told CNN.
"I also think that President Obama may be inciting a Democratic primary challenge," he said.
And if anyone may throw their hat in the ring, Card said his guess would also have some New York experience.
"Mayor Bloomberg - maybe he'll say 'I'll jump in,'" Card said.
CNN American Morning's John Roberts asked if Card thought Bloomberg would look at running as an independent if he were to insert himself in the race.
"I'm not sure," he said. "He would want a chance to win the presidency not just be a spoiler."