democratic nominee odds

Technically, there are three candidates still with a chance to be President going into 2021. Donald Trump, the incumbent, Bernie Sanders the progressive radical, and Joe Biden the former Vice President. Each are, as it usual with politicians, quite outspoken. So we’re going to take a look at what they’ve said, and see how that’s changed their odds at online betting sites in the US like Bovada. This is a good barometer of their chances, and we’ll see which will be a good bet on US politics in 2020. ... read more

The former Vice-President has surged in popularity, seen off his rivals and is now a shoo in for the nomination. This is a remarkable turnaround. The campaign looked dead, now a bet on Joe Biden to be President will get you barely 21/20 odds. Those prices at online sportsbook sites in the US like Bovada suggest this will be a close race. Closer than a lot of pundits believe. So let’s take a look at what the Democratic hopeful has to say for himself and how the US has reacted. ... read more

He’s perhaps the best bet on politics in the US right now. His supporters are staunch, he’s the incumbent and campaigning is his forte. This is where this President lives. So, the 2020 odds on President Donald Trump winning re-election are the shortest around, but is it enough? The bookies certainly seem to think so. So we look at what the President has said and why that has made him favorite at online betting sites in the US like Bovada and with the electorate thus far.   ... read more

There was a time the 2020 odds on Bernie Sanders made him the front running challenger for November. These days he’s a 50/1 outside shot to be the next President. It would now take a miracle at the Convention to have him even win the nomination. Very few people will be taking advantage of US gambling laws to back him now. So how did this campaign of massive energy radical ideas slump from first to last place? Let’s take a look at Bernie’s words to find out. ... read more