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Trump, Biden odds to win 2020 election are tied amid coronavirus pandemic

Trump Biden Odds

As COVID-19 continues to spread across the United States and worldwide, American voters must decide who will lead the country, and the free world, later this year.

But whether the coronavirus pandemic is over or not when the 2020 US general election is held on November 3 remains “to be determined.”

President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are now on a collision course to be the nominees for the eventual Republican vs. Democrat bout later this year, according to the updated legal political betting odds.

Based on the 2020 presidential election futures at Bovada online sportsbook, both Trump and Biden are co-favored to win the presidency for the first time ever.

At -105 odds for Trump and Biden, a political wager of $105, for example, on either candidate would win $100, depending on whether you bet on the GOP incumbent or the former Democratic VP to win the White House in 2020.

Odds to win 2020 US Presidential Election

Political futures at Bovada Sportsbook

  • Donald Trump -105
  • Joe Biden -105
  • Bernie Sanders +4000
  • Mike Pence +4000
  • Hillary Clinton +5000
  • Michelle Obama +20000
  • Tulsi Gabbard +50000

Political Prop Betting During Coronavirus Pandemic

With very few ways to legally bet on sports due to most leagues either canceling or suspending play, the online sportsbooks have increased the number of ways to wager on politics during the coronavirus pandemic.

If you’d like to see all the bets currently being accepted during the outbreak of the viral disease, check out our COVID-19 betting guide.

However, if political wagering is more your cup of tea, then below, you’ll find all the political proposition bets you can currently place while everyone is quarantining and practicing social distancing during the ongoing national emergency.

Political Prop Bets

Political props at Bovada Sportsbook

Which Country Will The Trump Ban Travel To/From Next?

  • Japan -350
  • Australia +350
  • New Zealand +950

Next Cabinet Member To Leave Trump Administration Odds

  • Alex Azar (HHS) +100
  • Wilbur Ross (Commerce) +300
  • Steve Mnuchin (Treasury) +800
  • William Barr (Attorney General) +1000
  • Ben Carson (HUD) +1500
  • Mike Pompeo (State) +1500
  • Robert Wilkie (Veterans Affairs) +1500
  • Sonny Perdue (USDA) +2000
  • Betsy DeVos (Education) +2500
  • David Bernhardt (Interior) +5000
  • Elaine Chao (Transportation) +5000
  • Eugene Scalia (Labor) +5000
  • Mark Esper (Defense) +5000

Next Justice To Leave Supreme Court Odds

  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg -275
  • Clarence Thomas +325
  • Stephen Breyer +800
  • John Roberts +2500
  • Sonia Sotomayor +2500
  • Samuel Alito +5000
  • Brett Kavanaugh +10000
  • Elena Kagan +10000
  • Neil Gorsuch +10000

2020 Democratic Nominee Vice President Odds

  • Kamala Harris +200
  • Amy Klobuchar +225
  • Stacey Abrams +600
  • Elizabeth Warren +750
  • Catherine Cortez Masto +2000
  • Gretchen Whitmer +2000
  • Michelle Lujan Grisham +2000
  • Tammy Duckworth +2000
  • Val Demings +2000
  • Hillary Clinton +2500
  • Michelle Obama +2500
  • Susan Rice +2500
  • Tammy Baldwin +2500
  • Tulsi Gabbard +10000

Will Trump Complete His First Term?

  • Yes -850
  • No +475

Will There Be A Recession In Trump’s First Term?

  • Yes -650
  • No +400

Will Democrats Have A Brokered Convention In 2020?

  • Yes +800
  • No -2000

Which Party Will Win The 2020 Election Popular Vote?

  • Democrats -290
  • Republicans +210

2020 US House And Senate Odds

  • Democratic House, Democratic Senate +120
  • Democratic House, Republican Senate +150
  • Republican House, Republican Senate +325
  • Republican House, Democratic Senate +10000

Which Party Will Control The US House After The 2020 Election?

  • Democrats -275
  • Republicans +200

Which Party Will Control The US Senate After The 2020 Election?

  • Republicans -130
  • Democrats +100

Will The US Presidential Election Take Place On November 3, 2020?

  • Yes -475
  • No +320
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