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On the heels of a number of interesting political developments, the betting volume is beginning to stack up in the race to be elected the next United States President. After pulling off a seemingly improbable victory last time, Donald Trump finds himself on the ropes once again during the final few weeks before Americans head to the ballot box in early November. 

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As it currently stands, Joe Biden appears to have a significant lead in a number of polls and this has seen his price tag drop substantially over the past several months as Donald Trump has struggled to dictate the tempo of the election season in the way he was able to the last time. 

After being sidelined from the campaign trail a few weeks ago, Trump has returned to his schedule of live rallies all over the country. It must be admitted that the crowds he has turning out for these events far exceed the presence at Biden’s much more subdued live appearances. 

Punters will find Joe Biden trading at a best price of ½ right now as his price begins to drop even further on spread betting and exchange wagering sites, as well. Back in June both Trump and Biden were sitting around a ⅚ price to be elected president but the gap definitely seems to be shortening on Biden. 

Donald Trump can be backed around a 15/8 price tag to pull off another significant victory and if he can simply hold the states that he won last time then he will be getting sworn in once again next January. If for some reason either Trump or Biden drops out of the race in the next couple of weeks then you’re looking at a 150/1 price on Kamala Harris to be elected the next US President while Mike Pence is trading as low as 66/1. 

Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen is polling around 2% nationally and remains a 1000/1 shot to be elected president, somehow. The other upstart entry to the US Election is rap superstar Kanye West, who is on the ballot in several states but must rely on write-ins for many other jurisdictions. You’ll find him available as high as a 2500/1 price tag to be elected the next president. 


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