- The Washington Times - Friday, March 15, 2019

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden is the favorite to win the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, political oddsmakers say.

Mr. Biden, who is thought to be putting the final touches on a campaign launch, comes in at 5-2 odds, followed by former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke at 4-1, Sen. Bernard Sanders at 5-1 and Sen. Kamala Harris at 6-1, according to BetOnline.

The latest odds could spell trouble for the presidential aspirations of Rep. John Delaney and Marianne Williamson, who tied for the worst odds with Hillary Clinton, who is not running, at 66-1.

Actor George Clooney is given more of a chance at 50-1.


U.S. Politics - Democratic Nominee for the 2020 Election

Joe Biden 5-2

Beto O’Rourke 4-1

Bernie Sanders 5-1

Kamala Harris 6-1

Andrew Yang 14-1

Amy Klobuchar 16-1

Kirsten Gillibrand 18-1

Cory Booker 22-1

Elizabeth Warren 22-1

Pete Buttigieg 28-1

Tulsi Gabbard 28-1

Andrew Cuomo 40-1

John Hickenlooper 40-1

Julian Castro 40-1

Michelle Obama 40-1

Oprah Winfrey 40-1

Erica Garcetti 50-1

George Clooney 50-1

Gavin Newsom 66-1

Hillary Clinton 66-1

John Delaney 66-1

Marianne Williamson 66-1

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