Democrat challenger Joe Biden is a heavy -300 favorite to carry Minnesota in the 2020 US Presidential election. It’s his largest lead in any swing state, and Minnesota has gone to the Dems in 11 straight elections. Is there any value betting on Donald Trump at long +225 odds?
Following Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death on Friday night, Joe Biden has seen his odds in the 2020 Presidential Election improve.
Republican Donald Trump carried Georgia in the 2016 Presidential election and is the -275 favorite to do so again in 2020.
The latest betting odds on the 2020 US Presidential election give both incumbent Donald Trump and challenge Joe Biden equal -120 odds to win Florida. Robert Duff analyzes which candidate is the better bet.
Challenger Joe Biden (-114) has regained the favorite’s role from US President Donald Trump (110) in the 2020 election odds. See why Trump’s reelection chances are trending down and whether they are likely to keep fading or head back up.
Odds are -360 that Democratic challenger Joe Biden will participate in all three 2020 presidential debates. Robert Duff sets out the odds on the Democratic challenger boycotting and the best bet on the latest political prop.
The US Presidential Election odds finally moved in Joe Biden’s favor. Is he the best bet to win the election? We analyze the race here.
Listed at current average odds of -117, Donald Trump is the favorite to win the 2020 US Presidential election for the first time since June 1. Robert Duff compares the latest political futures to the recent polls to see if they line up.
The race for the US Presidency is a virtual dead heat. Donald Trump is at odds of -110, while challenger Joe Biden still leads slightly at -115. See why the political futures are shifting so drastically as the election nears.
New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has emerged as the co-favorite — along with current presidential front-runner Joe Biden — to win the nomination for the Democratic Party in four years. We analyze the 30-year-old’s chances to make history in 2024.
The 2020 Presidential Election is fast approaching on November 3rd. Will there still be three debates or will the pandemic cut those down? See the latest election props and best bets.
The 2020 Republican National Convention is going to take center stage next week from Aug. 24th to 27th, 2020. Now you can bet on what will and won’t be said by the speakers, including a host of prop bets on Donald Trump and the McCloskeys.
Despite delivering a stirring speech at the Democratic Convention, Joe Biden’s odds of winning the 2020 US Presidential election continue to fade as of August 21, 2020. See the updated political futures and Robert Duff’s analysis of the betting market.
Donald Trump went on a Twitter tirade after video surfaced of an alleged Goodyear ban on MAGA hats came to light. Will POTUS’ tantrum affect the company’s stock price?
New cases of COVID-19 are on the decline this month in both the US and Canada, but with the threat of a second wave of the novel coronavirus looming, the chances of the border between the two countries reopening anytime soon look slim.
For the third week in a row, the odds of Donald Trump winning reelection to the White House shortened. He went from +127 to +116, while Biden faded from -156 to -144.
Joe Biden saw his odds to win the 2020 election get worse at some sportsbooks after picking Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. Will Harris continue to pull his numbers south or will he get a bump in the coming days and re-open his big lead on Donald Trump in the political futures?
Susan Rice, national security advisor during the Obama Administration, has emerged as the -130 favorite to be Joe Biden’s choice as his VP candidate. Robert Duff sets out the latest Democratic Vice President odds and offers analysis of the best bet.
The latest US election odds show President Donald Trump improving from +149 to +142 and challenger Joe Biden fading slightly from -175 to -170. But this is just a drop of hope in a large bucket of concern for the GOP. Robert Duff discusses the latest political futures and happenings from the 2020 campaign trail.
Expectations are that presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden will name his running mate this week. Kamala Harris is the -150 favorite, followed by Susan Rice at +300. No other contender has odds shorter than +1600. Robert Duff analyzes where the best value lies in the latest political futures.