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|Presidential Election Odds: +8000|
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*This data reflects the popularity of Democratic candidates based on data collected from Democratic Primary Voters.
Tim Ryan is a 45-year-old Democrat. Born in Niles, Ohio, this politician has served as a U.S. Representative of Ohio’s 13th District since 2013. As of April 4th 2019, Ryan announced his run for the 2020 Presidency.
While at this exact moment in time, we cannot calculate his exact target voter due to the freshness of his Presidential campaign. However, as his campaign progresses we will update the information below:
While online political betting sites provided Tim Ryan with modest odds, not even close to current, more established Democratic candidates, we will note that the time between announcement and oddsmakers generating numbers for the candidate, Tim Ryan received his the fastest. This hurry to generate odds may signal that oddsmakers see him as a real contender, as they have yet to deliver odds for other candidates who have announced weeks prior.
Ryan has fair odds to win the Democratic nomination, however, not near as good of odds as his other more established colleagues. Despite his recent announcement, oddsmakers believe he will fair well against other Dems most likely due to his moderate position and willingness to get the job done with bipartisanship, as well as, his unique running policies.
The currently available odds for Tim Ryan show us subtle confidence oddsmakers have on this candidate to perform and last through the race. It is likely he is pitching something the other Democrats aren’t which will likely bring in voters from both sides. There is a possibility his odds will increase as we near the 2020 election.
A rust belt native, Ryan’s running policy supports the Green New Deal for advancements in Green Energy and Tech to incentivize business investment and revive economic industries which are failing domestically like the car manufacturing industry. Ryan is also running on the platform of rebuilding our economy by investing in American workers, focusing on becoming a leader in electric vehicles and renewable energy, and fighting climate change.
Ryan has had a focus on the manufacturing industry during nine terms in the House of Ohio. Ryan also offered legislation to change U.S. trade policy with China and others. He co-sponsored Medicare for all, was once pro-life and is now pro-choice, supports reducing federal defense spending in favor of balancing the US budget, supports the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions, and supports federal spending as a means of promoting economic growth. He voted nay on the Border Security and Immigration Reform Act of 2018, the Securing America’s Future Act of 2018, the Criminal Alien Gang Member Removal Act, the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act, and on Kate’s Law.
After graduating from college, Ryan joined the staff of Jim Traficant, an Ohio congressman. From 2000-2002, he served a half term in the Ohio State Senate. In 2003, he ran for the Ohio Representative seat of District 17 and won, he maintained the seat until 2013.
In 2013, he ran for Ohio’s 13th District seat in the House and won, he has served in this seat ever since. In April of 2019, Tim Ryan announced his run for the 2020 presidency and released the Tim Ryan for America 2020 campaign website.
Tim Ryan attended and graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. In 2000, he obtained a Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from the Franklin Pierce Law Center which is now known as the University of New Hampshire School of Law in New Hampshire.
There was little to no public records to be found on Tim Ryan’s social work, activism, or volunteering habits. However, this does not mean that Ryan has not performed any acts of civil service before.
Ryan’s views on gambling are unknown. He has made little comment on the issue; however, it is likely that through his campaign and several debates he will be forced to comment on the issue. When he does, we will update this section with his response.