Hillary, betting election odds presidential at SBG Global

December 1, 2010 Political Betting

Betting election odds presidential fans are wondering if Hillary has what it takes to come out on top of a betting election odds presidential race.

The answer for anyone even remotely familiar with political betting now well knows that she has no shot whatsoever in the betting election odds presidential battle. But that has prevented her from staying in the race, as is her right, but does she really have any shot at all of coming out on top in the betting election odds presidential odds? Betting election odds presidential contests are usually not nearly as hotly contested as this year’s version.

And that has added a great deal more excitement to the political betting process as it’s provided primaries worthy of betting on even this late into the betting election odds presidential season. And so as the month of June begins we still have no clear cut winner in the Democratic Party. However, with only two primaries left in the betting election odds presidential season and both of those states favored to support candidate Barak Obama, the nomination is all but wrapped up. Obama has a commanding lead in almost every betting election odds presidential category and there simply isn’t’ enough time for Clinton to make up the ground in the overall betting election odds presidential race.

He leads in the popular vote, the delegate count, the super delegate count and he is simply more popular than she is in the betting election odds presidential contest. Many political betting experts expect him to wrap up the nomination outright within two weeks. But Clinton will likely withdrawal from the contest before that date as official defeat would be much more embarrassing and a harsher blow to her ego than bowing out before certain betting election odds presidential defeat.

So as the primary season for political betting draws to a close, expect Clinton to drop out of the betting election odds presidential race within the next two weeks if she’s beaten in Montana and South Dakota as many betting election odds presidential experts predict.