Bernie Sanders
US Senator From Vermont

Bernie Sanders*Dropped out of Presidential race 4/8/20

Born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1941 to a hard-working, blue-collar Jewish family, Bernie Sanders brings these values into the political arena. He has served as the mayor of Burlington, Vermont, a US House representative for Vermont, and is currently a US Senator for Vermont. He is a career politician and has been in the game since 1981.

Sanders rose to national prominence during the 2016 Presidential election when he took on eventual Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton and battled her across the United States. After an email leak by the Democratic National Committee, it was revealed that Bernie Sanders was not the preferred candidate by party officials and that his campaign was potentially undermined in favor of Clinton's. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former chair of the DNC, resigned over the allegations.

Sanders now struts into the 2020 election with a renewed strength and fervor (and heart). He currently trails Joe Biden per the Democratic odds to become the Presidential nominee, but he has defied the odds before in the political arena, and he is not out of the race yet.

Coronavirus Update: Bernie's campaign was hoping to capitalize on the fear associated with the pandemic, however, Vegas election odds affected by the Coronavirus has not been in his favor thus far.

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Bernie Sanders Reelection Odds 2020

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2020 US Presidential Election Winner

  • Donald Trump -120
  • Joe Biden +120
  • Andrew Cuomo +3300
  • Mike Pence +3300
  • Hillary Clinton +6600
  • Nikki Haley +10000
  • Michelle Obama +20000

Bernie Sanders Democratic Primary Odds

Democratic Candidate

  • Joe Biden -1600
  • Andrew Cuomo +2200
  • Hillary Clinton +2500
  • Michelle Obama +5000

Bernie Sanders Props

Will The Democrats Have A Brokered Convention In 2020?

  • No -900
  • Yes +500

Is It Legal To Bet On Bernie Sanders?

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How To Bet On Bernie Sanders?

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Bernie Sanders Bio

Out of all the candidates for the 2020 Presidential election, Bernie Sanders is the most fearless in his expression of his beliefs. He is not concerned as to whether his opinion agrees with current political or societal norms. Bernie Sanders is not the common-sense politics candidate. If you are into a revolutionary change in political structure, monetary influence, and the healthcare industry, then Sanders is the candidate for you.

  • Profession: Politician, Author, Speaker
  • Net Worth: $2.5 million
  • Age: 78
  • Spouse: Jane Sanders
  • Children: Levi
  • Religion: Judaism
  • Campaign Website
  • Twitter: @BernieSanders
  • Campaign Slogan: Not me. Us.

Bernie Sanders’s Political Experience

Bernie Sanders first entered the political arena when he was elected Mayor of Burlington, Vermont, in 1981. After serving for two terms as Mayor, Sanders ran for the US House and won in 1991. He served in the US House until 2007 when he was elected to a seat in the US Senate. He has since run for President twice as a member of the Democratic party, though he is registered as an Independent in the Senate.

Sanders is a long-time career politician with heavy socialist beliefs. He is a proponent of strict gun control and was opposed to the PATRIOT Act and the War in Iraq. Bernie Sanders stands by his beliefs, even when they are not popular and end up costing him votes and elections. Even if he doesn’t attain the presidency, he will be a large political presence in DC until he decides to retire.

  • US Senator – Vermont (2007-Present)
  • US House of Representatives (1991-2007)
  • Mayor of Burlington, VT (1981-1989)

What is the focus of Bernie Sanders's Campaign?

Bernie Sanders believes that as the greatest country in the world, we can do more. We can provide “free” healthcare and “free” college tuition. Critics often express outrage at what they label socialist practices, but supporters claim that there are already many socialist policies and practices present in our current form of government and that perhaps a few less bombs can provide the revenue for an elevated society.

  • Green New Deal

Sanders wants to ensure that America's future is built on renewable energy and no longer relies on fossil fuels. It's a big task, and he plans to make it a profitable one by transitioning workforces from the fossil fuel industry into the renewable energy field.

  • Medicare For All

Bernie Sanders wants to install a single-payer health care system that will include all Americans. The plan will include no premiums, no co-pays, and no bills. The plan will include dental and vision, and it will expand to areas such as mental health and substance abuse. Sanders also plans to target the pharmaceutical industry and bring drug prices back to reasonable levels.

  • College For All

Sanders' plan includes making institutions of higher learning tuition-free. Not only that, but he calls for the cancellation and forgiveness of all outstanding student loans. He also intends to expand the Pell Grant program to aid in the covering of non-tuition costs such as food and rent.

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