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Where Can I Bet the Second Democratic Debate Online?

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/29/2019

You can bet the second Democratic Debate for the 2020 US Presidential Election with only a handful of online sportsbooks, one of which is SportsBetting.ag, which is offering an even greater number of prop bets than they did with the first debate.


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And the oddsmakers have got even more creative with their prop bets.
 
On Monday, the site SportsBetting.ag (www.sportsbetting.ag, @SportsBettingAG) posted odds for a number of potential outcomes during the debates Tuesday and Wednesday night.
 
You can bet on another microphone malfunction occuring, languages spoken, topics the candidates might talk about, what the candidates might say, shows of hands, tweets, camera time and more. There are almost 50 different ways to wager.
 
Also below are the current odds to win the Democratic nomination. Kamala Harris is the favorite while Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden are close behind.
 
Odds are presented in fractional format. For example, 1/2 odds means this option is the favorite and a $10 bet would return $5 if won. On the other side, 3/2 odds means this option is the underdog and a $10 bet would return $15.
 
If you would like to interview an oddsmaker regarding political betting please let me know. Here are the odds:
 
Will there be a microphone malfunction during CNN broadcast? (both nights)
Yes  6/1
No  1/12

How many candidates will speak Spanish? (both nights)
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will Beto O’Rourke speak in Spanish?
Yes  1/2
No  3/2

Will any candidate speak a language other than English or Spanish? (both nights)
Yes  1/3
No  2/1

How many times will Kirsten Gillibrand blink the first time she's solo on camera?
Over 76.5
Under 76.5

Will Joe Biden touch Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand or Tulsi Gabbard on stage?
Yes  5/1
No  1/10

Will Kamala Harris say Biden?
Yes  11/10
No  2/3

How many times will Biden/Harris be shown on split screen?
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will any candidate say, my time is up? (both nights)
Yes  25/1
No  1/100

Will any candidate say a curse word or be bleeped? (both nights)
Yes  4/1
No  1/6

Will any candidate say, Mueller? (both nights)
Yes  2/3
No  11/10

Will any candidate say, impeach? (both nights)
Yes  1/2
No  3/2

Will any candidate say, go home? (both nights)
Yes  3/2
No  1/2

Will any candidate say, The Squad? (both nights)
Yes  4/1
No  1/7

Will any candidate say AOC or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez? (both nights)
Yes  3/1
No  1/5

How many times will Joe Biden say, Trump?
Over 4
Under 4

How many times will Bernie Sanders say, Trump?
Over 6
Under 6

How many times will President Trump tweet during Tuesday debate?
Over 2.5
Under 2.5

How many times will President Trump tweet during Wednesday debate?
Over 2.5
Under 2.5

How many times will candidates say, Trump? (both nights)
Over 42.5
Under 42.5

How many times will candidates say, Puerto Rico? (both nights)
Over 7.5
Under 7.5

How many times will candidates say, Motor City? (both nights)
Over 1.5
Under 1.5

Will any candidate say, Ford? (both nights)
Yes  1/2
No  3/2

Will any candidate say, Chevrolet? (both nights)
Yes  2/3
No  11/10

Will any candidate say, bailout? (both nights)
Yes  1/5
No  3/1

Will any candidate say, Dearborn? (both nights)
Yes  5/7
No  1/1

How many times will candidates say opioid? (both nights)
Over 8.5
Under 8.5

Will any candidate say, Purdue Pharma? (both nights)
Yes  1/2
No  3/2

Will any candidate say, Johnson & Johnson? (both nights)
Yes  3/1
No  1/5

Will the price of insulin be mentioned by any candidate? (both nights)
Yes  6/5
No  5/8

Will any candidate say, Martin Shkreli? (both nights)
Yes  12/5
No  2/7

How many non-facts will be said by candidates? (both nights, according to Washington Post Fact Checker blog)
Over 25.5
Under 25.5

How many times will the moderators say time is up? (both nights)
Over 10.5
Under 10.5

How many times will the moderators ask for a show of hands? (both nights)
Over 3.5
Under 3.5

Will there be a unanimous show of hands on Tuesday?
Yes  6/5
No  5/8

Will there be a unanimous show of hands on Wednesday?
Yes  3/2
No  2/1

Which candidate will receive the most speaking time on Tuesday? (according to the New York Times)
Pete Buttigieg  2/1
Elizabeth Warren  5/2
Bernie Sanders  3/1
Beto O'Rourke  4/1
Amy Klobuchar  15/2
Field (any other candidate)  3/1

Which candidate will receive the most speaking time on Wednesday? (according to the New York Times)
Kamala Harris  3/2
Joe Biden  2/1
Cory Booker  5/2
Julián Castro  5/1
Kirsten Gillibrand  15/2
Field (any other candidate)  6/1

Which topic will receive the most debate time? (both nights, according to the New York Times)
Foreign policy  3/2
Immigration  2/1
Health Care  3/1
Economy  4/1
Climate change  6/1
Gun control  8/1
Civil rights  10/1

Will anyone endorse another candidate for President during debate? (both nights)
Yes  5/1
No  1/10

Which candidate will be tweeted about most during Tuesday debate? (according to Adweek.com)
Elizabeth Warren  5/9
Bernie Sanders  13/10

Which candidate will be tweeted about most during Wednesday debate? (according to Adweek.com)
Kamala Harris  2/3
Joe Biden  11/10

Which candidate will be tweeted about most during Wednesday debate? (according to Adweek.com)
Cory Booker  5/6
Julián Castro  5/6

Democratic Nominee Odds

Kamala Harris  3/1
Elizabeth Warren  7/2
Joe Biden  7/2
Bernie Sanders  9/2
Pete Buttigieg  7/1
Andrew Yang  12/1
Beto O'Rourke  25/1
Tom Steyer  28/1
Cory Booker  25/1
Tulsi Gabbard  33/1
Amy Klobuchar  50/1
Julian Castro  50/1
Kirsten Gillibrand  80/1
Jay Inslee  100/1
John Hickenlooper  100/1
Seth Moulton  100/1
Marianne Williamson  100/1
Bill de Blasio  200/1
John Delaney  200/1
Michael Bennet  200/1
Steve Bullock  200/1
Tim Ryan  200/1

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