Joe Biden

  • Joe Biden is a -135 favorite to win the 2020 United States Presidential Election.
  • The US having over 2.5 Presidential Debates before the November election has -300 odds.
  • The first Presidential Debate will be on September 29 from 9-10:30 p.m. ET.

WASHINGTON D.C. — The United States Presidential Election season has reached the final step as Democratic Party nominee Joe Biden has selected California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate to take on President Donald Trump and his Vice President Mike Pence.

Biden selecting Harris to be his VP has not caused a dip in his US Presidential Election odds as he still holds a slight lead over Trump (+115) at legal sportsbooks with -135 odds.

Odds to Win 2020 US Presidential Election

  • Joe Biden -135
  • Donald Trump +115

The Presidential debates are the last events of the political season that could cause a major shift in the legal sports betting odds. Betting on the debates is one of the best ways to profit off of the American political process outside of voting.

Currently, there are three tentative dates for Presidential Debates with only one the first one given an official time and date.

Presidential Debate Schedule:

  • First Debate – September 29
  • Second Debate – October 15
  • Third Debate – October 22

There are two other tentative dates for US Presidential debates to happen and there isn’t anything that should keep Trump-Biden from facing off en route to the November Election.

The technology available in today’s world makes holding a Presidential Debate easy despite not having both candidates under the same roof.

How Many Presidential Debates Will Be Held For the 2020 Election?

  • Over 2.5 -300
  • Under 2.5 +220

The coronavirus pandemic does present the biggest problems in hosting these Presidential Debates but if these two candidates can’t deliver a debate for the American people, should they even be running for President? Expect all three scheduled Presidential Debates to happen and that will make the Over the winning bet here.

Will any of the 2020 Presidential Debates be held by teleconference?

  • Yes +185
  • No -250

While getting both candidates in the same building for a traditional style debate shouldn’t be hard, there really is no telling with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Bettors should roll the dice on one of the Presidential Debates being held by teleconference whether that’s via a Skype call or Zoom. These types of teleconferences have become the new norm and the Presidential Debates could be adopting this method in order to give the American people a chance to see the two options for President in action.

This first debate between President Trump and Joe Biden is scheduled to take place September 29 at the Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland from 9-10:30 p.m. ET.

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