2016 US Presidential Election

July 23, 2014 Political Betting

2016 US Presidential ElectionWhen it comes to political betting the US presidential election is the equivalent of the Superbowl, or the World Series. The odds that there is going to be a female president are 11/8 versus 4/7 for a male president. Still, Hillary Clinton is clear-cut favorite to win the election. Other female contenders include Elizabeth Warren and Condoleeza Rice. Then again, George Clooney and Clint Eastwood are also being considered -though way, way behind- notwithstanding the fact that they haven’t even played a president in a movie. Kinda makes you wonder why they don’t include Kang and Kodos as well.

2016 Presidential Election Winner

·       Hillary Clinton 6/4

·       Marco Rubio 12/1

·       Chris Christie 12/1

·       Jeb Bush 14/1

·       Paul Ryan 16/1

·       Rand Paul 20/1

·       Elizabeth Warren 20/1

·       Joe Biden 33/1

·       Bobby Jindal 33/1

·       Condoleeza Rice 33/1

·       Mike Huckabee 33/1

·       Scott Walker 33/1

·       Ted Cruz 33/1

·       Andrew Cuomo 40/1

·       Martin O’Malley 40/1

·       Michael Bloomberg 40/1

·       Kirsten Gillibrand 40/1

·       Susana Martinez 40/1

·       Rick Santorum 50/1

·       Mitt Romney 50/1

·       Rick Perry 50/1

·       John Hickenlooper 50/1

·       Bob McDonnell 50/1

·       John Kerry 50/1

·       Sarah Palin 66/1

·       Rahm Emmanuel 66/1

·       Jon Huntsman 66/1

·       Deval Patrick 66/1

·       Amy Klobuchar 66/1

·       Mark Warner 66/1

·       Brian Schweitzer 66/1

·       Janet Napolitano 66/1

·       Nikki Haley 66/1

·       Jim Webb 66/1

·       Cory Booker 80/1

·       Ron Paul 100/1

·       David Petraeus 100/1

Other political odds far-fetched prospects include Donald Trump (100/1), and Michelle Obama (200/1), in addition to the aforementioned Clooney (200/1) and Eastwood (500/1). Actually, if Hillary were indeed elected, she would become the first first lady to go on to become president herself, which would in turn give hopes to Michelle Obama to accomplish the same feat, at a later date, of course. As far as parties go, Democrats are favorites and independents are underdogs.

·       Democrats 8/11

·       Republicans 5/4

·       Independent 50/1

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