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Trump is the Betting Favorite in 2020

The list of potential winners of the 2020 United States presidential election has been cut in half in the latest odds release and Republican voters will be happy to see that Donald Trump’s re-election odds continue to look promising. 

A couple of months ago, Trump was +175 to win the election just a year and a half from now, and today he sits at +100.

We are also seeing some separation among potential Democratic candidates, with the latest release from Bovada showing Joe Biden to be the closest competition at +425.

2020 Presidential Candidates

Love him or hate him, Donald Trump (EVEN) knows how to rally Republican voters and it has continued to work. Day after day there is a firestorm of tweets from, and incredulous news reports about, the current president. However, nothing has been major enough to shift Trump from being the top Republican in the land.

Joe Biden (+425)

Joe Biden is now the second betting favorite for president at +425. This is the highest position for the former vice-president on the odds table. Previously the No. 2 spot was occupied by one of Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders or Beto O’Rourke. 

Biden was quite popular as the “crazy uncle” VP of Barack Obama. It remains to be seen if he can lead a campaign as the top name on the ticket. One thing is for certain, he currently has the inside track on the Democratic nomination.

Should You Bet On Beto? (+3500)

I wouldn’t. O’Rourke hit the campaign trail with gusto, boasting about the fundraising success that he had early on. However, since his odds were at their lowest (around +600), he has consistently fallen off the pace to now sit at +3500. 

Kamala Harris (+1200)

Coming from California, Harris already has the support of a number of celebrities, Ellen DeGeneres chief among them, and will look to become the first female president of the United States. 

Harris entered the fray with a splash, but we’ve heard a lot less positive news about her in recent weeks with the media’s focus being on her competitors. 

The full list of odds to win the 2020 United States presidential election is below:

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
Donald TrumpEVEN
Joe Biden+425
Bernie Sanders+750
Pete Buttigieg+1100
Kamala Harris+1200
Andrew Yang+2000
Elizabeth Warren+2200
Tulsi Gabbard+3300
Beto O’Rourke+3500
Amy Klobuchar+7000
Cory Booker+7000
Mike Pence+8000
Kirsten Gillibrand+10000
Nikki Haley+10000
John Hickenlooper+10000
John Kasich+10000
Julian Castro+10000
Howard Schultz+10000
Andrew Cuomo+15000
Ted Cruz+15000

Odds as of June 7 at Bovada

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
Democratic Party-120
Republican Party-110

Odds as of June 7 at Bovada