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*This data reflects the popularity of Democratic candidates based on data collected from Democratic Primary Voters. Data taken from 4/11-5/5.
Joe Biden is a 76-year-old Democrat who served as Vice President under Obama from 2009 to 2017. He has enjoyed strong support from the Democratic voter base and it will be interesting to see how he fares after some recent negative press. Biden officially announced his run for the Presidency on April 25th, 2019.
At this moment we can merely speculate Biden’s voter base, however, this information will be updated as soon as possible.
Joe Biden’s odds for directly facing Trump in 2020 are very high. Likely due to his high-profile, Biden was given good odds by sportsbooks. Biden has experience as Vice President serving as such for 8 consecutive years, this plus his name-recognizability has provided him with favorable odds. However, this can easily slide as scandals arise such as his habit of inappropriately touching females but this has yet to faze oddsmakers.
Sportsbooks are believing Biden will likely win the Democratic nomination ticket due to his high-profile name and experience. Biden’s odds to win the nomination are tied with Bernie Sanders. However, these odds can change as his campaign develops. He could also lose the nomination if another more notable Democrat who is younger or presents better policies steals the limelight away.
The current odds detail a suspicion by sportsbooks and oddsmakers that he will likely win the 2020 election against Trump. However, this is speculation by oddsmakers which can easily change on a weekly if not daily basis. Biden’s likeliness to win an only be determined later on as his campaign progresses.
Biden is running on policies such as Free College, Regional Inequality, Middle-Class Tax Reform, and Power For Workers which protects Unions. He has also championed for a $15 hour minimum wage for a long time and will likely reintroduce the idea on his campaign.
Joe Biden asks President Obama NOT to endorse him.
Joe discusses why he is running for President in 2020 and explains why he doesn’t want former President Obama to endorse him too early. Joe entered the race as a Democratic favorite and betting odds quickly pushed him to top of the pack. Biden kicked off his 2020 campaign in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.
Biden encouraged presenting proposals for Free College back in 2015. However, he is famous for his attack on Anita Hill’s testimony at the Clarence Thomas Supreme Court confirmation hearings, his proponent-position in the War on Drugs, the vote yes to war in Iraq, pushing Clinton to get more involved in the Balkans wars in the ’90s, spearheading the massive stimulus program under Obama after the 2008 financial crisis, writing the original ‘94 crime bill, being an ally to Wall Street, voting yes for the USA PATRIOT Act, and yes for the 2006 border fence.
In 1968, Biden clerked for 6 months at a law firm headed by a prominent local Republican. A year later, practiced law in Wilmington as a public defender, then at a firm operated by a Democrat. Later on, Joe Biden opened his own firm – Biden and Walsh. From 1970-1972, Biden severed on the County Council.
In 1972, he campaigned for US Senate and won. In 1988, Biden tried for the Democratic Presidential nomination and lost. In 2008, Biden tried again for the Presidency however he withdrew from the race. Later that year, Obama announced Biden as his VP running mate on August 22nd, 2008. Biden served 36 years in the Senate and two VP terms under Obama.
Biden earned a Bachelors degree from the University of Delaware in 1965 with a double major in History and Political Science. He later attended the Syracuse University College of Law where he received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) in 1968. In 1969, He was admitted to the Delaware bar.
The only record to be found on Joe Biden’s social or civic work mentioned his participation in a voluntary anti-segregation sit-in at a Wilmington theater in the ’50s.
There is no public comment or stance Joe Biden has taken on gambling. However, it is likely during his run he will be asked to comment on the subject.
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