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Easy Come, Easy de Blasi-go: Bill de Blasio Favored As Next Democrat To Drop Out

Running for President of the United States is a difficult, time-consuming, and expensive undertaking. Then, at the end of pouring out your heart and wallet, only one person wins every four years. With that being said, no one can blame certain candidates for dropping out of a losing race. So far, five Democrats
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Elizabeth Warren increases lead in odds following Houston debate

Over the course of three hours last night, ten of the Democratic Party’s most prominent names took the stage in Houston, Texas to discuss health care, gun control, immigration, and many other topics that are vital to daily America life. After everything was said and done, there was a shift in the party’s
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Elizabeth Warren Expected To Light Up Twitter During Debate, Plus More Prop Bets Available

Tonight is finally the night. After taking a hiatus during the month of August, the third Democratic debate kicks off tonight in Houston, Texas with all ten qualifying 2020 Democratic favorites on one stage. What’s even more exciting than the future of a major political party, however, are debate prop bets.
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Warren And Sanders Sandwich Biden In Houston Debate Lineup

With only ten candidates qualifying for the third Democratic debate in Houston, Texas, every party hopeful will be on stage together on Thursday, September 12. This debate marks the first time Democratic Party favorites Sen. Elizabeth Warren (+200) and former Vice President Joe Biden (+250) will take the same
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Fourth Time’s A Charm: Tom Steyer Misses First Three Debates, Qualifies For October

So much for cutting down the field. After failing to qualify for the third Democratic debate—set this Thursday in Houston, Texas—billionaire philanthropist Tom Steyer met the thresholds set by the Democratic National Committee to participate in the fourth debate next month in Ohio. So far, making the fourth debate
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