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2020 US Election: Could Kamala Harris be the First Female President?

Kamala Harris attends the Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017 in Washington, DC.

Kamala Harris represents everything that Donald Trump isn't, and that's why support for her to make a presidential run in 2020 is growing. Harris is a Democrat from California in her first term as a United States Senator, but that's not slowing some party supporters from pushing her name to the front of the line.

Harris voted against Donald Trump nominees, including Rex Tillerson, Betsy Devos, and Mike Pompeo, drawing the ire of Republicans early on in this term. Harris has shown time and again that she is not afraid to take on the Republican Party. 

Harris was Attorney General of California from 2011 to 2017 after completing six years as the District Attorney of San Francisco. 

The Democrats have yet to officially begin their process to select a candidate to face Trump in 2020, but you can be sure that the conversations are happening daily. For a party that has been criticized for making political mistakes in selecting candidates before, there is most certainly a great deal of strategizing already underway. Harris is the biggest mover on our list, and now sits with the same odds as Bernie Sanders to win the 2020 US Election. 

Trump is Still the Betting Favorite 

Donald Trump remains a heavy favorite to win a second term as United States President according to the odds at BetOnline. His odds haven't moved since the last time we presented this list, sitting at +140. 

That's not due to lack of negative media attention. The adversarial Trump continues to fight with the media, other world leaders, and members of his own party. Most recently, Trump has introduced sanctions to Iran and then publicly insulted CNN journalist Don Lemon and NBA superstar LeBron James in one fell swoop. 

While much of the world is left shaking their heads in disbelief, the Trump administration perseveres and continues to remain in power heading into the midterm elections. 

Celebrity Options

Halfway through Obama's second term, it's unlikely that anyone would have predicted his successor coming from the world of real estate and reality tv. So maybe there's another celebrity out there to take over in 2020. Do you think there's any value in putting a bet down on Oprah at +3300, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson at +4000 or maybe Stephen Colbert at +15000?

The full list of odds to win the 2020 United States presidential election is below:

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
NameOdds
Donald Trump+140
Kamala Harris+1200
Bernie Sanders+1200
Joe Biden+1400
Mike Pence+1400
Elizabeth Warren+2000
Cory Booker+2000
Kirsten Gillibrand+2500
Howard Schultz+3300
Oprah Winfrey+3300
Paul Ryan+3300
Nikki Haley+4000
Michelle Obama+4000
Andrew Cuomo+4000
Ben Shapiro+4000
Tom Steyer+4000
Bob Iger+4000
Julian Castro+5000
Michael Bloomberg+5000
Amy Klobuchar+5000
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson+5000
Tom Wolf+5000
Orrin Hatch+5000
Jamie Dimon+5000
Joe Kennedy III+5000
Hillary Clinton+6600
John Kasich+6600
Tulsi Gibbard+6600
Mark Zuckerberg+8000
Mark Cuban+8000
Jon Stewart+10000
Caroline Kennedy+10000
Ivanka Trump+10000
George Clooney+10000
Leonardo DiCaprio+10000
Rand Paul+10000
Terry McAuliffe+10000
Clay Travis+10000
Ted Cruz+12500
Marco Rubio+12500
Stephen Colbert+15000
Bill Gates+15000
Steve Bannon+15000
Kanye West+15000
Will Smith+25000
LaVar Ball+25000

Odds as of August 7 at BetOnline

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Despite the most unprecedented, turbulent and extremely controversial presidency in the history of the United States, Donald Trump is the odds-on favorite to win the 2020 United States presidential election. Not only is he the favorite, he has moved from +250 to +140 in a little over a month. Handicappers seem to believe that he will not only see this term through but then win a second election in 2020.

In the last month, Trump has alienated some of his closest allies in the G7 by introducing tariffs and sparking a trade war. In retaliation, the EU has strategically targeted identifiably American products, such as Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, with import tariffs of their own.

Most recently, the president has initiated a public feud with Harley-Davidson, a symbol of Americana. When people think they have seen it all, they are continually mistaken.

Despite everything swirling around the real and online world, Trump and the Republican party manage to stay in power and stay afloat.

Another Celeb in the White House?

While Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has denied his interest in running, he is just behind Oprah in the celebrity odds category. You can get The Rock at +4000, and, who knows? Wrestling is known for its surprises and maybe The People’s Champ has one more left in him.

Many celebrities have come out in criticism of the president, his bombastic personality and emotionally charged policies. Some of them have even shown up as options to bet on for the 2020 presidency.

Some notable celebrity betting options are: Oprah Winfrey (+3300), Mark Zuckerberg (+6600), outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban (+8000), Jon Stewart (+10000), George Clooney (+10000), Leonardo DiCaprio (+10000) and my personal favorite, Lavar Ball at +25000.

Where is the Real Betting Value?

While none of those folks above are likely to run, let alone win the presidency, there is value to be had from this futures bet. Despite the fact that Trump has the best odds on this list, BetOnline actually has the Democrats as the favorite to win the election. A bit incongruent for sure, but that means there’s value to be had on potential Democrat nominees.

Will we feel the Bern again in 2020? Bernie Sanders has been encouraged to run by many progressive Democrats and has value on this oddsboard at +1200. Kamala Harris, a senator from California, has seen her stock rise in the Democratic party and she appears on this list at +1400, as does former vice-president Joe Biden.

The full list of odds to win the 2020 United States presidential election is below:

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
NameOdds
Donald Trump+140
Bernie Sanders+1200
Kamala Harris+1400
Joe Biden+1400
Mike Pence+1400
Elizabeth Warren+2000
Cory Booker+2000
Kirsten Gillibrand+2500
Howard Schultz+2500
Oprah Winfrey+3300
Michael Bloomberg+4000
Nikki Haley+4000
Michelle Obama+4000
Andrew Cuomo+4000
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson+4000
Julian Castro+5000
Bob Iger+5000
Tom Steyer+5000
Paul Ryan+5000
Amy Kolbuchar+5000
Ben Shapiro+5000
Tom Wolf+5000
Orrin Hatch+5000
Jamie Dimon+5000
Joe Kennedy III+6600
Hillary Clinton+6600
John Kasich+6600
Tulsi Gibbard+6600
Mark Zuckerberg+6600
Mark Cuban+8000
Jon Stewart+10000
Caroline Kennedy+10000
Ivanka Trump+10000
George Clooney+10000
Leonardo DiCaprio+10000
Rand Paul+10000
Terry McAuliffe+10000
Clay Travis+10000
Ted Cruz+12500
Marco Rubio+12500
Stephen Colbert+15000
Bill Gates+15000
Steve Bannon+15000
Kanye West+15000
Will Smith+25000
LaVar Ball+25000

Odds as of June 28 at BetOnline

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When it comes to the 2020 presidential election, oddsmakers believe “The Donald” has the best chance to head back into the Oval Office for another four years.

At Bovada, Donald Trump is the +250 favorite to win the election with Elizabeth Warren (+900), Bernie Sanders (+1000), Oprah Winfrey (+1000), Kamala Harris (+1000), Mike Pence (+1200), Joe Biden (+1400), Kirsten Gillibrand (+1800), Michelle Obama (+2000) and Cory Booker (+2000) rounding out the top 10.

Things have certainly changed a lot in a year. Last March, the odds of Trump finishing a full term were +120. For more Trump-related betting props, click here.

Celebs galore

When it comes to other colorful options, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (+3000), Mark Zuckerberg (+5000), Mark Cuban (+5000), George Clooney (+10000) and Tom Brady (+20000) are also available to wager on.

We’re still a few years away from this happening, which means a futures bet won’t pay off for quite a while, but it’s fun to speculate and an interesting barometer into what the sports betting industry is expecting from the American political scene. We’ll throw it to you: what’s your 2020 American presidential pick? Have your say in the comment section below.

Who will win the 2020 Presidential election?

Odds as of May 11 at Bovada

  • Donald Trump +250
  • Elizabeth Warren +900
  • Bernie Sanders +1000
  • Oprah Winfrey +1000
  • Kamala Harris +1000
  • Mike Pence +1200
  • Joe Biden +1400
  • Kirsten Gillibrand +1800
  • Michelle Obama +2000
  • Cory Booker +2000
  • Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson +3000
  • Hillary Clinton +4500
  • Paul Ryan +4500
  • Joe Kennedy III +4500
  • Mark Zuckerberg +5000
  • Mark Cuban +5000
  • John Kasich +5000
  • Andrew Cuomo +5500
  • Nikki Haley +5500
  • Amy Klobuchar +5500
  • Michael Bloomberg +5500
  • Sherrod Brown +6000
  • Julian Castro +6000
  • Rand Paul +6000
  • Tulsi Gabbard +6600
  • Marco Rubio +6600
  • Mitt Romney +6600
  • Tim Kaine +7000
  • John Hickenlooper +7500
  • Ted Cruz +10000
  • Jeb Bush +10000
  • Martin O'Malley +10000
  • Tammy Duckworth +10000
  • George Clooney +10000
  • Adam Schiff +10000
  • Trey Gowdy +10000
  • Chelsea Clinton +15000
  • Ivanka Trump +15000
  • Tom Brady +20000

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