Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Will AOC become the next President in 2024

AOC Odds To Become Next President Are Better Than Kamala Harris At MyBookie

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is in the middle of her second term as a US Representative from the 14th Congressional District of New York state, and by most accounts, will be involved in the leadership of the next generation of the Democratic Party. AOC is placed directly in the crosshairs of GOP critics that often try
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Kamala Harris debating her Presidential election odds for 2024

Kamala Harris Now Leads Betting Odds To Become Next President Of The United States

Well before President Biden was elected as the 45th POTUS, there were concerns regarding his physical and mental well-being and whether he had the stamina for a four-year term at his advanced age of 78. Biden took longer than usual to announce his Vice-Presidential running mate, and for good reason. His campaign
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Biden President Elect

Joe Biden Continues Transition While Sportsbooks Drop 2024 Election Odds.

President-elect Joe Biden forges ahead his administration’s transition into the White House. Individual key Republican officeholders ceded victory to the Delaware Democrat, while others remain silent. Republican officials reluctantly support the Trump administration’s refusal to admit defeat, caught in
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AOC delivering a speech in front of American flags

AOC Endorses Sanders At Democratic National Convention – Insists She Endorsed Biden

The Democratic National Convention has completed two of its four days with participants giving their speeches remotely to comply with COVID-19 regulations, as the last thing any politician needs right now is to catch the virus and stir more panic. Over the course of the first two nights, many distinguished
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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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