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There are a lot of interesting wagers starting to pop up all over global bookmakers as the United States election is set to unfold in just a few weeks time and there are plenty of betting opportunities cropping up on all aspects of this massive political event. 

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After Donald Trump pulled off one of the most incredible victories in western political history four years ago, capturing the presidency by a considerable electoral college margin late in the evening as he flipped key Democratic states like Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. If he can retain all or most of those states he could very well pull off another underdog victory. 

It should be noted that Trump was available around a 5/1 margin the day of the election in 2016 only to see his fortunes flipped quite considerably after he picked up Ohio, Florida and North Carolina in quick succession. 

Looking at the election odds right now, you’ll find that Joe Biden is considered to be the outright favourite but this has been disrupted by the sudden death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and has thrown Biden’s advantage for a loop as Trump looks to shore up his base by speeding through a conservative Supreme Court justice with Amy Coney Barret looming as the likely selection to appease the Republican base. 

Joe Biden can be backed to win the Presidency with a ⅚ best price right now with several European bookmakers. His prices are slightly shorter on American-based books. It should be noted that Biden was trading as low as ½ in the middle of the summer months as Trump looked to be reeling from a variety of political problems that showed no signs of satiating. 

Donald Trump can be backed around a best price of 11/10 with several top bookmakers and he was priced around 6/4 back in July so his price is definitely getting shorter as we get closer to the election itself.


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