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Author: 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/

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Treasure State Governor Can’t Strike Gold: Steve Bullock Ends 2020 Presidential Campaign

Maybe Montana Gov. Steve Bullock just wanted to return to the mountains, plains, and rivers of his home state. Or maybe he just knew his 2020 election chances were over. Either way, Bullock took the first day back from Thanksgiving break to announce that he was ending his Presidential campaign. On Twitter, Bullock
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Trump Expected To Tweet About Old Friend, Opponent Michael Bloomberg before 2020

President Donald Trump has a preferred form of communication with the United States and its citizens: his official Twitter account. Trump’s tweets have ranged from anti-impeachment sentiments to Fox News retweets to videos of his speeches. Every so often, he might even share a photo of himself as a bulked-up
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A Woman In The White House? Not Likely, Says Oddsmakers

The United States of America has had its fair share of great Presidents, including George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. It has also had a number of bad Presidents like Richard Nixon and James Buchanan. Regardless of their rankings or satisfaction surveys, every POTUS shares one common
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