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- Next US President Betting: The most straightforward of all of the US politics markets is a simple bet on who will be the next president.
- Popular vote winner: In America, just because you got the majority of the vote, doesn’t mean that you are going to be the next President. The way the US election system works means that often, the person who has got the most votes, is not the eventual winner. This market is called the popular vote. As a result of this, bookies will have two different markets to bet on- one for the popular vote, and one for the President.
- POTUS betting specials: The President of the United States is one of the most important jobs in the world and there are few people on the planet who are as closely watched or scrutinised. Bookies are constantly offering a range of markets on what the President is likely to do. These bets will often range from serious political moves to fun novelty bets, and markets ahead of Election Day, such as Presidential Debate odds, can also be found..
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How do you bet on US Politics?
Providing you have found a bookmaker offering political betting markets, placing a political bet is simple. Navigate to their 'Politics' section to find the political market you are looking for such as 'Next US President' and choose to view the available odds. Once you’ve made your decision, click or tap on that selection to add it to your betslip.
Who will win the next US Presidential Election?
You'll find the latest POTUS odds and Election betting news ahead of the next US Election on our website.
When is the next US Election?
The 2020 United States presidential election is scheduled for Tuesday, November 3rd.
Both the Republican Party and the Democratic Party nominated their respective presidential tickets at party conventions held in late August. Incumbent president Donald Trump is the Republican nominee, and had few opponents in the 2020 Republican Party presidential primaries. Joe Biden is the Democratic Party's nominee after securing a majority of delegates in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries.
Who are the US Election Candidates?
Former Vice President Joe Biden is the Democratic nominee in the 2020 race. Incumbent president Donald Trump is the Republican nominee.
Who is Donald Trump?
Donald Trump is the 45th and current president of the United States. Before entering politics, he was a businessman and television personality.
Trump, who took office on January 20, 2017, began his reelection campaign unusually early for an incumbent president. He began spending his reelection effort within weeks of his election and officially filed his campaign with the Federal Election Commission on the day of his inauguration.
Who is Joe Biden?
Joe Biden is an American politician who served as the 47th vice president of the United States from 2009 to 2017. A member of the Democratic Party, Biden is the Democratic presidential nominee for the 2020 election, running against the incumbent, Donald Trump.
Biden is generally described as a moderate, although he has recently described himself as progressive. His positions include codifying Roe v. Wade into statute, a public option for health insurance, decriminalization of recreational cannabis, passing the Equality Act, free community college, and a $1.7 trillion climate plan embracing the framework of the Green New Deal. He supports regulation as opposed to a complete ban on fracking.
Who will win the US Election?
Polls and betting markets in recent weeks have suggested Joe Biden is favourite to win the 2020 US Election. We'll have updated US Election odds and news on these pages every day.
Which US Political markets can I bet on?
Popular US Politics betting markets including the US General Election 2020, Trump and Biden betting specials, the House of Representatives Elections, Presidential Winner by State and Senate Elections.