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U.S. Presidential Election Wagering Heats Up

San Jose, Costa Rica, 2020-Oct-08 — /REAL TIME PRESS RELEASE/ — The 2020 U.S. Presidential Election on Nov. 3 has already proven one of the most contentious in American politics’ history. From now until the first Tuesday in November, neither candidate, incumbent Donald Trump nor challenger Joe Biden, figures to become less combative. And local bookies have already taken a significant amount of bets from players; meaning this could be the most profitable election for independent bookmakers in US history according to Payperhead.com.

The Democrats’ dislike of Trump and Republicans’ fear for a Biden Presidency has already led to one of the most wagered upon Presidential Elections ever. On Sep. 1, a leading sportsbook accepted a massive over $67,000 wager on Donald Trump.

Although Biden remains the favorite, wagers like that have driven Trump’s odds down on sportsbook software platforms like PayPerHead. Since the large wager, Trump and Biden have had their first debate, Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris and Mike Pence have also debated, and President Trump has tested positive for the coronavirus.

A Supreme Court Justice Senate Confirmation Hearing and two more Presidential Debates could determine where wagering action lands before Election Day. The second debate between Trump and Biden is on Oct. 15, while the third organized verbal showdown takes place on Oct. 22.

In 2016, PayPerHead saw an uptick in U.S. Presidential Election betting about two weeks before American citizens headed to the polls. The wagering trends appear to be on a similar path with the bulk of election bets most likely happening in the fifteen or so days before the election, just like what happened four years ago.

In the last Presidential Election, Hillary Clinton held a percentage lead in the national polls with about two weeks to go. Clinton remained the favorite, but Trump gained more wagers the closer the U.S. got to choosing their next president. Overall wagering, bets on Clinton and Trump, also significantly increased in the final stretch before the election.

PayPerHead Product Manager Nate Johnson expects action in the final fifteen days before Nov. 3 to resemble what happened in 2016 with one caveat, PayPerHead doesn’t know where the action will land. Johnson said, “We saw action on Trump. This year could be different with players backing Biden. Not that our agents care…but they love all the action.”

“Bookie agents on the PayPerHead platform don’t care so much about where the action goes because they’ve got tools to manage action no matter which candidate their players prefer,” Johnson said. He added, “We expect a flood of wagers on our platform after the second debate. If Trump performs well, everyone will know he’s over the coronavirus. Hopefully, they both perform well, and our agents see action on both candidates.”

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Federal Candidates Weigh In Against Immigration Reform Amnesty For Illegal Aliens

Washington, DC, USA (January 14, 2014) — Contact: Americans for Legal Immigration PAC (ALIPAC): Press@alipac.us / (866) 703-0864

An unprecedented number of federal candidates are responding to Americans for Legal Immigration PAC’s (ALIPAC) federal candidate survey this year indicating they support the adequate enforcement of America’s existing immigration and border laws instead of any form of amnesty for illegal immigrants.

“We already have 20 candidates weighing in against immigration reform amnesty for undocumented immigrants,” said William Gheen, President of ALIPAC. “It is clear that many Republican primary candidates are addressing the public’s desire for Congress to support existing laws instead of conceding our laws, Constitution, and borders to lawlessness brought on by illegal immigration.”

ALIPAC was founded on September 11 of 2004, making 2014 the national organization’s sixth election cycle. ALIPAC is America’s best known political action committee addressing the topics of illegal immigration, immigration laws, and border security.

ALIPAC’s more than 50 thousand e-mail list subscribers and more than 200,000 social media subscribers are being asked to circulate the group’s 2014 candidate survey to candidates running for US Congress and Senate in each state. This survey asks only one question of concern. (click here for survey copy)

The first surveys received for 2014 can be found online (Click Here). Early responses included candidates running against illegal alien amnesty supporters like Representatives John Boehner, Renee Ellmers, Greg Walden, and Ami Bera, as well as Amnesty supporting Senators like Lindsey Graham and Mitch McConnell!

“We are now calling for candidates to run against every immigration reform amnesty supporting incumbent in America!” said William Gheen. “The real truth is that the vast majority of America’s voters in 2014 want enforcement of our immigration laws, not some path to citizenship and voting rights for 20 million illegals that will devastate our borders forevermore!”

ALIPAC is currently endorsing more than 130 members of Congress who are standing up against the Obama, Boehner, and Rubio backed immigration reform amnesty. (click here for current endorsements)

ALIPAC is also asking all American voters, conservatives groups, and Tea Party groups to target all Democrats and the 35 Republican members of Congress that support immigration reform amnesty for removal from office in the 2014 elections!

For more information about ALIPAC’s efforts to throw immigration reform amnesty supporters out of office in 2014 or to schedule interviews, please visit http://www.alipac.us.