- There are 14 states set to vote in the Democratic primaries on Tuesday, March 2.
- Senator Bernie Sanders is currently considered to be the front runner in the primaries right now.
- The election odds for Super Tuesday will appear a week before votes are casted.
CARSON CITY, Nev. – Super Tuesday is on March 2 and there are many political bettors looking forward to that day.
There are many different caucuses and primaries happening throughout this year. Democratic voters are trying to decide which candidate is best suited to take on President Trump. On March 2, there are going to be 14 states making that decision. That is why it is called Super Tuesday.
Politics So Far
Right now, Senator Bernie Sanders seems to have the best election odds of winning the Democratic nomination. He and Mayor Pete Buttigieg came out of Iowa tied and in New Hampshire, Sen. Sanders had a strong victory.
Due to his performance, many pundits believe that Sen. Sanders has an edge to win Super Tuesday. Moderates such as Buttigieg, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, and Joe Biden are eating each other’s support. Thanks to that, it has become easier for Sen. Sanders to walk away with wins.
But it will be a few weeks before Super Tuesday happens. Until then, there is one more caucus and one more primary for the Democrats to take on. Since brick-and-mortar sportsbooks in the U.S. don’t allow for betting on the primaries, online sportsbooks are the only source for election odds.
Nevada Caucus Odds
- Bernie Sanders -450
- Joe Biden +600
- Pete Buttigieg +1000
- Amy Klobuchar +2000
- Tom Steyer +2500
- Elizabeth Warren +10000
Nevada is the next contest for Democratic candidates. Sanders used to be much farther behind but ever since his victories in Iowa and New Hampshire, bettors are warming up to him. Sen. Sanders has -450 odds of walking away from the Nevada Caucuses with the win. South Carolina could be a different story.
South Carolina Primary Odds
- Joe Biden -130
- Bernie Sanders +140
- Tom Steyer +1300
- Pete Buttigieg +2000
- Amy Klobuchar +2500
- Elizabeth Warren +10000
Joe Biden is currently favored to win the South Carolina primary. He plans to rally the base that helped elect former President Barack Obama. If everything goes as predicted, this would be the first loss for Sen. Bernie Sanders.
But politics have proven to be difficult to predict. Unexpected results happen and that could make it difficult for political bettors. However, the safest bets for election odds and Super Tuesday goes to Sen. Bernie Sanders.
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