Bet the Next Dem to Drop

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C Costigan
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After Kirsten Gillibrand withdrew her name from the race to be next year's Democratic nominee, oddsmakers are forecasting who might be the next to drop out.

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The site SportsBetting.ag, which sets odds for political propositions and elections, has given Tim Ryan the lowest odds to be the next Democratic to bow out. Bill de Blasio and Steve Bullock are second and third on the list, respectively.
Current odds
Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden remain the favorites to represent the party in the 2020 Presidential Election, and the full list of odds are below.
Other props on the odds board include the chances of Jim Walsh being the Republican representative over Donald Trump, and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson serving as VP under Warren. Both prop bets are extreme longshots.
Who will be the next candidate to drop out of the 2020 Democratic Race?
Tim Ryan  2-1
Bill de Blasio  4-1
Steve Bullock  5-1
Michael Bennet  6-1
Marianne Williamson  7-1
John Delaney  8-1
Tulsi Gabbard  9-1
Tom Steyer  12-1

Who will be the Republican representative in the 2020 Election?
Donald Trump  1-100
Jim Walsh  25-1

Will Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson be Vice President under Elizabeth Warren?
Yes  25-1
No  1-100
Democratic Nominee Odds
Elizabeth Warren     2-1
Joe Biden     2-1
Bernie Sanders     6-1
Kamala Harris     8-1
Andrew Yang     10-1
Pete Buttigieg     12-1
Tulsi Gabbard     25-1
Cory Booker     28-1
Beto ORourke     40-1
Amy Klobuchar     50-1
Tom Steyer     50-1
Julian Castro     66-1
Bill de Blasio     100-1
Jay Inslee     100-1
John Delaney     100-1
Marianne Williamson     100-1
Michael Bennett     100-1
Tim Ryan     100-1

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