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Harris Odds Fall, Warren Becomes Co-Favorite

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Aug/01/2019

The Democratic debates again prompted adjustments from the bookies regarding which candidate is projected to capture the nomination.


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The site SportsBetting.ag has also set odds for which candidates will drop out of the race first.  One thing of note is that one-time front runner, California Senator Kamala Harris, has dropped from to the 4th shortest odds while Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren and former Vice President Joe Biden are now co-favorites at 3-1 odds.


2020 Democratic nominee odds

Elizabeth Warren  3-1
Joe Biden  3-1
Bernie Sanders  9-2
Kamala Harris  9-2
Pete Buttigieg  10-1
Andrew Yang  12-1
Beto O'Rourke  33-1
Tulsi Gabbard  33-1
Amy Klobuchar  50-1
Tom Steyer  50-1
Julian Castro  66-1
Cory Booker  80-1
Kirsten Gillibrand  80-1
Jay Inslee  100-1
John Hickenlooper  100-1
Seth Moulton  100-1
Marianne Williamson  100-1
John Delaney  100-1
Bill de Blasio  250-1
Michael Bennet  250-1
Steve Bullock  250-1
Tim Ryan  250-1

 

-Elizabeth Warren- 
Warren's odds worsened slightly after the June debate, going from 4/1 to 5/1, but after Tuesday's performance she's now the co-favorite to capture the nomination. 

-Joe Biden- 
Biden was a 7-4 favorite ahead of June's debate, but dropped to 4-1 after the Harris debacle. He has vaulted back into a tie for the odds lead with Warren at 3-1.

-Kamala Harris-
Harris had 8-1 odds for the nomination going into June's debate, but became the favorite with 5-2 odds following her strong showing. Prior to Wednesday, Harris had 3-1 odds, but she is currently listed at 9-2 odds.

Which candidate will drop out of the Presidential race first?
Beto O'Rourke  5-6
Julian Castro  5-6

Which candidate will drop out of the Presidential race first?
Cory Booker  5-7
Andrew Yang  1-1

Which candidate will drop out of the Presidential race first?
Tom Delaney  2-3
Amy Klobuchar  11-10

Which candidate will drop out of the Presidential race first?
Kirsten Gillibrand  1-2
Tulsi Gabbard  3-2

Which candidate will drop out of the Presidential race first?
Bill De Blasio  1-1
John Hickenlooper  3-2
Michael Bennet  2-1
Tim Ryan  3-1
Tom Delaney  5-1

PLACE YOUR BETS HERE

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