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USA Politics : US Presidential Election

Fri, Dec 31, 2021 EST

Rot Outright Winner US 2024 Presidential Election Moneyline
1 Donald Trump     +250
2 Joe Biden     +450
3 Kamala Harris     +600
4 Ron DeSantis     +800
5 Mike Pence     +2500
6 Nikki Haley     +1800
7 Pete Buttigieg     +2000
9 Kristi Noem     +4000
10 Mike Pompeo     +4000
12 Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez     +5500
13 Josh Hawley     +5000
14 Ted Cruz     +4500
15 Tucker Carlson     +3000
17 Ben Carson     +8000
18 Cory Booker     +6000
20 Michelle Obama     +7000
21 Paul Ryan     +6000
22 Tom Cotton     +4000
23 Amy Klobuchar     +3500
25 Andrew Yang     +4000
26 Bernie Sanders     +5000
27 Hillary Clinton     +10000
Elections for November, 2024. Wagers after public announcement will become void. Others on request

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