https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/wash ... ouchar-5-1VP odds: Kamala Harris 5-2, Stacey Abrams 4-1, Amy Klobuchar 5-1
by Paul Bedard March 05, 2020 09:56 AM
Women top the list of favorite Democratic vice presidential picks, with Sen. Kamala Harris in the lead, according to the latest betting odds following Joe Biden’s string of Super Tuesday victories. Eight of the top 10 picks are women, according to BetOnline.ag, one of the world's largest sportsbooks offering political betting markets.
Meanwhile, veteran oddsmaker and author James Murphy said that Biden is the overwhelming favorite in sports markets to win the Democratic nomination from Sen. Bernie Sanders. He said that Biden stands at 15-2 to win the nomination.
But President Trump is still the odds-on favorite to win it all. What’s more, Murphy said that Trump's odds of reelection are the best he’s had now that it looks like Biden will be the competition.
In the emerging vice presidential race, there are lots of choices, said BetOnline's Sportsbook Brand Manager Dave Mason. "There are more than 15 potential Democratic VPs listed in all," he said.
Harris +250 (5/2)
Stacey Abrams +400 (4/1)
Sen. Amy Klobuchar +500 (5/1)
Sen. Elizabeth Warren +800 (8/1)
Pete Buttigieg +900 (9/1)
Sen. Catherine Cortez-Masto +1000 (10/1)
Julian Castro +1200 (12/1)
Ohio Sen. Nina Turner +1400 (14/1)
Sen. Tammy Baldwin +1400 (14/1)
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard +2000 (20/1)
Sen. Cory Booker +2500 (25/1)
Hillary Clinton +2500 (25/1)
Michelle Obama +2500 (25/1)
Beto O'Rourke +2800 (28/1)
Andrew Yang +3300 (33/1)
Sen. Sherrod Brown +5000 (50/1)
The site is https://www.betonline.ag/sportsbook/fut ... cs-futures. Americans can't bet.
Many are suggesting Joe announce a VP early to give voters a fuller picture. Or at least be ready. Michelle Obama, come on down! (I know never but it's wishing season)
In this hyper fast news world with everybody following, seems like both candidates should have the advantage of having two traveling and rallying.
Any word on who Senator Sanders is considering?
People used to say it was presumptuous, but is it in this media age?