Hillary Clinton Big Favorite to Win Nevada Democratic Caucus at 1-3 Odds

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Gilbert Horowitz
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Hillary Clinton Big Favorite to Win Nevada Democratic Caucus at 1-3 Odds

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was a 1-3.5 odds favorite to win the Nevada Democratic caucus this coming February 20.  Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders was listed at 3-1 odds. 

Though her odds were significant, they were still nowhere near that of South Carolina where Clinton remains a runaway lock at 1-18 odds.

The Nevada Democratic Caucus will take place the same day as the South Carolina Primary.  The Nevada Republican Caucus is scheduled to take place on February 27 at which time the Democratic Primary will take place in South Carolina. 

Clinton and Sanders debated in Wisconsin Thursday night ahead of next week’s Nevada Caucus.  Sanders has accused Clinton of taking substantial sums of money from Wall Street.

The former Secretary of State has gone on the defensive, noting that Obama "was the recipient of the largest number of Wall Street donations" in history.

"Let's not insult the intelligence of the American people. People aren't dumb,” Sanders responded.  “Why in God's name does Wall Street make huge campaign contributions?" he said, chiding: "I guess just for the fun of it, they want to throw money around."

Sanders just won handily in the New Hampshire Primary.  Clinton remains the odds-on favorite to become the next US President.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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