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2020 U.S. Election: Donald Trump is Still the Favorite to Win

Donald Trump and Kamala Harris are the two frontrunners for President in 2020

Odds are holding steady this week with Donald Trump at +150 to win the 2020 United States presidential election. As the news cycle steams through in D.C. from the anonymous New York Times article, Trump telling his base that it will be their fault if he is impeached, the tumultuous confirmation hearings for Brett Kavanaugh and Trump’s recent remarks about Puerto Rico and the media, Trump remains unscathed in the betting world. 

At the Kavanaugh hearings, Republicans accused both Kamala Harris and Corey Booker of using the platform to unofficially launch their runs at the 2020 Democratic nomination to run against Trump. For their parts, Harris (+1000) and Booker (+2000) insist they are just doing their job to make sure Kavanaugh is properly vetted. 

Kamala Harris Continues Her Charge up the oddsboard

Kamala Harris has moved from +1400 to +1000 in less than two months, even though she has not officially announced she’d be running for the Democratic nomination in 2020.

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.

While she’s new to Washington, Harris is no newbie to the adversarial world of U.S. politics. She was the attorney general of California from 2011 to 2017 after completing six years as the district attorney of San Francisco. 

Celebrity Candidate Groundswell Has Slowed

With Trump emerging from the world of real estate and reality TV, there was early consideration given to some potential celebrity candidates for president in 2020, however that discussion has given way to more seasoned political candidates from the left. If you think there’s a shot, though, you can still get your bets in on Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (+5000), Oprah Winfrey (+3300) or even Elon Musk's buddy, Joe Rogan (+20000). 

The full list of odds for celebrities and politicians alike to win the 2020 United States presidential election is below:

Odds to win the 2020 united states presidential election
Donald Trump+150
Kamala Harris+1000
Bernie Sanders+1200
Joe Biden+1400
Elizabeth Warren+1500
Mike Pence+1800
Cory Booker+2000
Kirsten Gillibrand+3000
Oprah Winfrey+3000
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson+4000
Michael Avenetti+4000
Beto O'Rourke+4000
Nikki Haley+5000
Andrew Cuomo+5000
John Kasich+5000
Mitch Landrieu+5000
Paul Ryan+5500
Orrin Hatch+5500
Julian Castro+6000
Chris Murphy+6000
Amy Klobuchar+6000
Bob Iger+6000
Eric Garcetti+6000
Tom Steyer+6000
Howard Schultz+6000
Ben Shapiro+6600
Tom Wolf+6600
Joe Kennedy III+6600
Hillary Clinton+6600
Mark Zuckerberg+6600
Terry McAuliffe+8000
Leonardo DiCaprio+10000
Bill Gates+10000
Kanye West+15000
Will Smith+20000
Joe Rogan+20000

Odds as of September 18 at Bovada