2020 Presidential Candidates and Party Affiliation Hillary Clinton – 2020 Presidential Candidate Odds

Hillary Clinton – 2020 Presidential Candidate Odds

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Bovada Sportsbook
Party Nomination Odds: +1200
Presidential Election Odds: +3000
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Party Nomination Odds: TBA
Presidential Election Odds: +5000
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* This data reflects the popularity of Democratic candidates based on data collected from Democratic Primary Voters. Percentages represent favorability to win the 2020 Democratic nomination. Data was taken from 11/24-12/4/2019

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Who is Hillary Clinton?

Democrat IconHillary Clinton is a 72-year-old politician, lawyer, writer, and public speaker. As the former First Lady of the United States, a New York senator, Secretary of State, and Democratic nominee in 2016, Clinton has yet to officially announce a 2020 presidential run.

Voter Base

Voter Base IconSince Clinton has not launched a 2020 campaign, her voter support is still speculative. However, going off of her 2016 presidential campaign, Clinton’s base should be similar in 2020.

  • Women
  • Centrists
  • People of color
  • College graduates

Odds For Hillary Clinton To Win The 2020 Presidential Election

Odds IconDespite not even declaring for the 2020 election yet, Clinton’s odds of winning the Presidency are somewhat high. Most sportsbooks place Clinton’s chances within the first eight to ten Presidential candidates.

Clinton’s odds consistently rank better than other big names like Tulsi Gabbard, Amy Klobuchar, Kamala Harris, and Cory Booker, among many other Democrats still running for POTUS.

Odds Of Hillary Clinton Winning The Democratic Nomination

In terms of winning the Democratic nomination again in 2020, Clinton’s odds are favorable. After frontrunners like Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and Pete Buttigieg, Clinton’s chances stack up with the best of them.

Clinton’s position in the top tier even bumps out favorites like Andrew Yang, along with the aforementioned Democrats that Clinton is already ahead of in the Presidential race.

Can I Bet On Hillary Clinton Now?

Most online sportsbooks are accepting action on Clinton despite the fact she has not officially launched her 2020 campaign. As long as the oddsmakers give Clinton chances, bets can be made.

Betting on Clinton’s future betting odds now could return huge profits if she does eventually run and win in 2020. However, if Clinton officially announces a run, the odds are likely to get better over time and future winnings could shrink. Our guide to US political betting can further assist you in betting on the 2020 election while explaining what options are available to bet on.

What The Current Betting Odds Tell Us About Clinton’s Chance Of Winning In 2020?

Clinton’s betting odds show that while she is not considered a premier frontrunner just yet, she still is in the running despite not officially announcing her campaign. Depending on the sportsbook, Clinton’s POTUS odds usually rank in the top seven.

When it comes to her Democratic nomination odds in 2020, Clinton’s odds can be found hovering among the best four or five chances, proving that sportsbooks, or the bettors, have faith in the 2016 nominee.

Hillary Clinton’s Chances Of Winning Based On Prediction Markets

Prediction markets are similar to sportsbooks in certain aspects. For sites like Predictwise, the chances are shown for each candidate. Unfortunately for Clinton, the site does not give her a winning chance.

It is likely that Clinton has a 0% shot at the Presidency according to the site since she has not entered the race. But could also be because Predictwise believes she will not win. For perspective, Cory Booker has 1% while Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden share the top spot with 23% of the market each.


Recent News & Headlines for Hillary Clinton

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In Her Own Words

“Don’t let anyone tell you that raising the minimum wage will kill jobs – they always say that.” – Hillary Clinton



Hillary Clinton’s Running Policies

Policy IconSince Clinton has not officially started her 2020 campaign, her running policies would just be speculations at the moment. However, basing the predictions on her 2016 campaign, it can be assumed that Clinton will focus on children’s rights, climate change, healthcare reform, immigration, and a fair economy. For more information on her previous policies, see the next section.

Hillary Clinton’s Previous Policies

During Clinton’s 2016 presidential run, her views and policies aligned with moderate Democratic issues. Clinton wanted to institute a fair tax system to ensure the wealthy paid their equal share, a healthcare plan that would combat addiction, autism, and mental health problems, and she also wanted to fight climate change.

Clinton also made it a point to focus on the welfare of children, social justice, and workers’ rights during her 2016 campaign.

Experience

Experience IconClinton has an impressive resume of work experience under her belt, ranging from university professorships to elected office. Starting her career as a staff attorney at the  Children’s Defense Fund and a consultant at the Carnegie Council on Children, Clinton later moved to Arkansas in 1974 to be with law school sweetheart Bill and teach for the School of Law at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

In 1976, Clinton worked as a campaign organizer in Indianapolis for Jimmy Carter before Bill was elected Arkansas attorney general in 1976. A few months later while the couple was living in Little Rock, Clinton took a job with Rose Law Firm.

Clinton later became the first lady of Arkansas in 1979, serving with her husband’s governorship from 1979-81 and 1983-92. During this time, Clinton became the first woman to be made a partner at Rose Law Firm.

Then, in 1993, Clinton became the First Lady of the United States following Bill’s election as President. Clinton served in this role for two terms before getting elected herself as a New York senator in 2000.

Clinton then had her first run at the US Presidency in 2008, losing to eventual POTUS Barack Obama. As a result of her run, Obama appointed Clinton as the Secretary of State. Clinton served a single term from 2009-2013.

Clinton tried her hand at the Presidency again in 2016, earning the Democratic nomination but losing to Donald Trump in the election.

Education

Education IconAfter graduating in the top 5% of her high school class, Clinton enrolled in Wellesley College in 1965. Clinton graduated with her bachelor’s degree in political science by 1969 before taking a year off to travel across Alaska.

Clinton then attended Yale Law School until 1973 when she graduated with her Juris Doctor. Finally, Clinton spent a year of postgraduate study at Yale to study children and medicine.

Civic Work

Hillary Clinton has devoted much of her life to social justice activism and the betterment of children’s lives. During a year of postgraduate study, Clinton helped raise awareness for the rights of children, publishing her “Children Under the Law” article in the Harvard Educational Review.

For the next few years in Arkansas, Clinton volunteered as a court-appointed lawyer while teaching law at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville where she became the first director of a new legal aid clinic and helped found the city’s first rape crisis center.

Today, Clinton helps run the Bill, Hillary & Chelsea Clinton Foundation, although she stepped down from the board to run for POTUS in 2015. The organization focuses on early childhood development and the enrollment of girls into secondary schools worldwide.

Hillary Clinton’s Views On Gambling

Gambling IconIn 1984, while Clinton was the first lady of Arkansas, she argued against casinos in the state, stating that legalized gambling “is not as rosy” as advertised. While her husband was in the White House, the administration cracked down on gambling on the federal level.

However, while Clinton was a New York senator, she supported the legalization of casinos in the state, showing that her attitudes towards gaming may have changed in the last few decades.

How Much Can I Win If I Bet On Hillary Clinton

Betting on Clinton could pay decently if she actually earns the Democratic nomination and/or wins the Presidency in 2020. Oddsmakers at Bovada currently list Clinton’s odds at +1400 for the Democratic Party nomination and +2500 for POTUS.

Based on those odds, betting $100 on Clinton would deliver $1,400 for her nomination and $2,500 for a success White House run.

Top 5 Reasons Clinton Can Win In 2020 After Losing In 2016

  1. Clinton may have a better understanding of why she lost in 2016 and can now correct the mistakes.
  2. Her supporters are still looking to defeat Donald Trump.
  3. On name recognition alone, Clinton is one of the most popular candidates in the race.
  4. As a Democratic woman, Clinton appeals to certain demographics that other candidates can’t reach as easily.
  5. Like centrist Democrats can do with Joe Biden, Clinton voters can align themselves with a moderate candidate that they are familiar with.


**This page is not intended to be a public endorsement our only goal is to inform bettors of the current odds found online. Our team strives to provide transparent information that reflects the best qualities of the candidate. Odds and other information provided on this page should only be used to make an informed betting decision.