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Jennifer Nichols

Jennifer Nichols is a professional writer and political betting enthusiast. She also has a background in marketing, which provides unique insight into the way politically relevant information, statistics and polling information is interpreted and shared.

When she's not writing about the political landscape in the US, Jennifer enjoys working on her extensive DIY home renovation projects, camping and traveling.

Coming from a military family, Jennifer moved around quite a bit during her childhood and is happy to be settled down here in Tallahassee. As one of the earlier team members to join PEO, Jennifer is a veteran writer for the site.

Jennifer can be reached by email: Jennifer@presidentialelectionodds.net

Website: https://www.presidentialelectionodds.net/blog/author/jennifer/

Odds on North Korea Supreme Leader Kim Yo Jong

Odds Favor Kim Yo Jong As North Korea’s Next Supreme Leader

Kim Jong Un has not been seen in North Korea since April 11. However, there have been countless reports of the Supreme Leaders’ possible location via satellite images, likely usage of a private train and villa, and possible death have all surfaced online in recent weeks. With constant media speculation on
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Buttigieg’s Lead Continues To Slip In Iowa As Sanders Closes Gap On Caucus Odds

South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg has led in the Iowa Caucus odds for quite some time now. Earlier this month, Buttigieg favored to win the Democratic caucus at -300 odds with Sen. Elizabeth Warren in second with +250 odds. While he is still favored in the odds, the Navy veteran’s lead is slipping. The […]
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Odds Feel The Bern With Surging Sanders In 2020 Democratic Nomination Chances

Sen. Bernie Sanders, despite criticism over his leftist ideology, is one of the Democratic Party’s most popular candidates. Narrowly missing out on the party nomination in 2016, the Vermont senator is in solid position to get the nod in 2020. Normally a top-four White House hopeful based in the political betting
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