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Elizabeth Warren Expected To Light Up Twitter During Debate, Plus More Prop Bets Available

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. Luckily there’s been quite a few available this go-round, some of which we’ve already covered from BetOnline and MyBookie.

But BetOnline is accepting action on even more freshly released props. While most of yesterday’s bets focused on what the candidates might do or say during the debate, today’s prop bets lean towards outside factors like which candidate will be Googled the most.

This debate does not feature unique characters like Marianne Williamson or breakout stars like Tulsi Gabbard, so it’s a toss-up on who might be tweeted about most during tonight’s debate. Odds give party frontrunners Elizabeth Warren (+225) and Bernie Sanders (+300) the best odds, while Joe Biden has +700 odds.

The newness of Kamala Harris has worn off, but she still has decent chances to be the most tweeted Democrat at +400. Harris shares these odds with Andrew Yang, a candidate that will likely earn some tweets due to his recent basketball challenge to Ted Cruz.

Which candidate will be tweeted about the most during the debate?

  • Elizabeth Warren +225
  • Bernie Sanders +300
  • Andrew Yang +400
  • Kamala Harris +400
  • Pete Buttigieg +500
  • Joe Biden +700
  • Beto O’Rourke +750
  • Julián Castro +1000
  • Cory Booker +1000
  • Amy Klobuchar +1600

Similar to the most tweet candidate is which candidate will be searched the most online. Biden is predicted to get the most searches with +250 odds, which is a complete 180 from his Twitter odds.

Yang has +350 odds, which could come from the aforementioned basketball game or his unique set of policies that includes his $1,000 per month Freedom Dividend.

Which candidate will be the most searched during the debate?

  • Joe Biden +250
  • Andrew Yang +350
  • Pete Buttigieg +350
  • Elizabeth Warren +400
  • Beto O’Rourke +500
  • Kamala Harris +500
  • Cory Booker +750
  • Bernie Sanders +750
  • Julián Castro +1800
  • Amy Klobuchar +1800

Democrats are usually categorized by their policies regarding gun control, health care, and immigration. Fittingly enough, oddsmakers say those three topics are likely to earn the most talking time tonight at +250, +300, and +350, respectively.

With the high amount of gun violence in America, including four mass shootings since the last Democratic debate, it’s easy to see why gun control is the favorite.

Which topic will receive the most debate time?

  • Gun Control +250
  • Health Care +300
  • Immigration +350
  • Economy +400
  • Climate Change +500
  • Foreign Policy +600
  • Civil Rights +1000

In July, Donald Trump was mentioned in the very first opening statement of the second debate by Steve Bullock. Despite this, Trump is not favored to be mentioned tonight in the opening statements at -140 odds. But the chance that he will be mentioned is close at +100.

Will “Trump” be said in an opening statement?

  • Yes +100
  • No -140

ABC, the hosts for the debate, issued an email to the candidates ahead of the debate: “avoid cursing or expletives.”

Oddsmakers believe this will have an impact on the Democrats’ speech patterns, favoring no curse words at -1000 odds.

Will any candidate say a curse word or be bleeped?

  • Yes +500
  • No -1000

To watch the Houston debate and keep track of the prop bets, tune into ABC, ABC News Live, or Univision between 8 and 11 p.m. ET tonight. The debate will also be available to stream on ABCNews.com and YouTube.

A list of every Democratic candidate’s odds is provided below, including Democrats that did not qualify for tonight’s debate.

2020 Democratic nomination odds

Via BetOnline

  • Elizabeth Warren +200
  • Joe Biden +350
  • Bernie Sanders +400
  • Andrew Yang +800
  • Kamala Harris +1000
  • Pete Buttigieg +1600
  • Tulsi Gabbard +2500
  • Cory Booker +3300
  • Tom Steyer +4000
  • Beto O’Rourke +5000
  • Amy Klobuchar +6600
  • Jay Inslee +8000
  • Julián Castro +8000
  • Marianne Williamson +8000
  • Bill de Blasio +12500
  • John Delaney +12500
  • Michael Bennett +12500
  • Tim Ryan +12500

Author: Jennifer Nichols

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

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