Kamala Harris

Kamala Harris

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms shakes hands with Joe Biden

Bottoms Up: ATL Mayor Emerges As A Top VP Nominee For Biden In 2020

Political pundits and sportsbooks that offer Presidential election odds have been speculating on which candidate Joe Biden will choose to be his Vice-Presidential running mate. It has long been taken for granted that Biden would choose a woman as his VP, and the betting odds feature two African American women at
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Joe Biden giving a speech in Philadelphia

Election Bettors Ridin’ With Biden After Philadelphia Speech

Just when bettors were about to throw in the towel on Joe Biden’s chances of becoming the Presidential election odds favorite, the lines at some sportsbooks shifted drastically in his favor. Major online political sportsbook BetOnline now has Biden as a heavy favorite. Just 48 hours ago, many political betting
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Biden VP Odds: Poll Finds Democrats Favor Warren—Do Bettors?

A recent survey of the Democratic electorate hinted at who Joe Biden will select as his Vice Presidential running mate. And although all 2020 election betting sites disagree with the results, it’s worth noting that even “two cents” can offer a substantial return on investment. But only if you have “a plan for
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Joe Biden's VP Pick odds favor Kamala Harris at Vegas sportsbooks

Kamala Harris’ VP Odds Consensus Favorite At Political Betting Sites

The Democratic presidential primary is mathematically over, and as of today, Joe Biden, the party’s presumptive nominee, is a slight underdog in the 2020 general election matchup versus President Donald Trump, the Republican incumbent. According to the RealClearPolitics polling average, Biden holds a
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Joe Biden VP Pick Odds: Michelle Obama ‘No Chance’ But Maybe Barack?

With Joe Biden’s 2020 Democratic presidential campaign officially in cruise control, the top US political betting sites have introduced a smorgasbord of new wagering options riding alongside the former VP’s general election chances vs. Donald Trump on November 3. The 2020 Democratic Vice President betting odds
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Las Vegas odds for Joe Biden's Vice Presidential running mate heavily favor women

Betting Odds On Joe Biden’s VP Pick Show No Clear Favorite

The 2020 Democratic primary is down to a single candidate for President, and Joe Biden’s odds of winning the nomination will payout at sportsbooks in Las Vegas and around the globe when the party convention is held in August. Betting odds on Biden’s Vice Presidential running mate are now the focus of
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Bettors Hop On Trump 2020 Odds, Biden Hunts For VP Golden Egg

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, political oddsmakers continue to favor President Donald Trump to beat former Vice President Joe Biden on November 3, 2020. Based on the latest 2020 US presidential election betting odds at Bovada Sportsbook, an influx of public money on Trump’s line increased his probability
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Biden VP Pick Odds Feature Only Women, But Who Catches JoeFever?

The job of Vice President of the United States, as the second-highest ranking elected official in the executive branch, can sometimes be more vital than who sits in the White House. Succeeding the President upon death or resignation and presiding over the Senate (casting a vote only to break a tie) are the two
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Trump Pence 2020 Odds

2020 Presidential Election Odds Favor Trump-Pence Over Biden-Harris

The 2020 Presidential Election odds has experienced a fair amount of volatility over the past month at online sportsbooks and prediction betting markets around the globe. With April Fools Day clown props in the tiny car’s rearview mirror, Bovada’s updated political futures board for April 2 now
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Biden, Bernie Favor Women For VP, But Who Will She Be?

The first head-to-head 2020 Democratic presidential debate between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders was filled with coughs, elbow bumps, coronavirus, President Donald Trump, and gaffes. But no backstabbing on Sunday, March 15—the “Ides of March”—and anyone who partook in the Biden vs. Bernie debate prop
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