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Denise has been a part of PEO since its conception in 2015 and overseas all content creation for the site, including the news. She has been heavily involved in the development of this website and the direction it has taken.

With more than a decade of experience in the betting industry, Denise was excited to be able to combine her knowledge of betting with her interest in politics, bringing it all together through the creation of one of the first and most comprehensive political betting guides on the web.

Despite being very intrigued with politics, Denise says she gets enough of it at work and spends her free time with her grandchildren, her 4 dogs or a good book. She has lived in Tallahassee for nearly 30 years and has been involved with content creation and web development for a little over 18 years.

Denise can be reached via email: Denise@presidentialelectionodds.net

Website: https://www.presidentialelectionodds.net/

who will be indicted in 2021

Political Betting Odds Predict Who Will Be Indicted On Criminal Charges In 2021

Clintons, Trumps, Matt Gaetz, Bidens Among Indictment Odds Offered Donald Trump, Matt Gaetz, Rudy Giuliani Lead Odds To Be Indicted British Royal Family Betting Odds For Indictment Are Unfavorable It seemed as if online political sportsbooks were finally beginning to enter the dry season that typically follows
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2022 US Senate Midterm Election Odds Favor The DNC

Political Odds Imply DNC Senate Majority Following 2022 Midterm Elections

The Democratic Party currently controls the US House, Senate, and the White House, and now they are setting their sights on retaining that power by taking care of business in November of 2022. The DNC and the Republican Party each hold 50 seats in the US Senate, and the Democratic Vice President/Senate President
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Biden looking mean to the left of Trump trying to look smooth

2020 Presidential Debates Force Trump To Face Tax Release Bombshell

The First Presidential Debate Tuesday, September 29th from 9:00-10:30 PM The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio TV: CBS Moderator: Chris Wallace – FOX News The final five weeks of the election cycle is when you can expect each side of the political aisle to unleash the big guns, the final onslaught of dirt
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Joe Rogan looking to the right

What Are The Odds Biden Accepts Joe Rogan’s Fourth Debate Offer?

Joe Rogan, host of the immensely popular podcast “The Joe Rogan Experience,” has put forth an offer to moderate a fourth and final Presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. According to a recent report from CNN, Trump is all in on the idea of participating in the proposed fourth debate, and his
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Cori Bush with her arms folded on a city street

Underdog Cori Bush Upsets Missouri House Incumbent Rep. Clay In DNC Primary

US Representative from Missouri William Lacy Clay lost the Democratic Primary election, and thus, will lose the Congressional seat that he has held since 2001. Prior to Clay’s election, the seat had been held by his father, Bill Clay, since 1969. That’s 51 years of continuous public service to Missouri’s first
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Tucker Carlson and Senator Tammy Duckworth

Tammy Duckworth Is Back In The VP Hunt After Verbal Spars With Tucker Carlson

During a CNN interview on Sunday evening, US Senator from Illinois, Tammy Duckworth, discussed the potential for removing monuments dedicated to the first President of the United States, George Washington, citing the fact that he was a slave owner. Tucker Carlson, the host of the aptly named “Tucker Carlson
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Amy McGrath in front of an American flag

Amy McGrath Advances To Face Off Against Mitch McConnell for Kentucky US Senate Seat

What at first seemed to be a foregone conclusion became a very tight race in Kentucky’s US Senate Democratic Primary election. Amy McGrath, a retired Marine fighter pilot, narrowly defeated Kentucky State Representative Charles Booker, on Tuesday, as was declared by CNN. Booker had recently received a groundswell
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