- The second Democratic debates are on July 30 and July 31.
- The prop bets are partly based on what happened during the first debates.
- Many of the candidates in the second debates have not qualified for the third debates.
DETROIT – The prop bets for the July 30 and July 31 Democratic debates are now available.
Right now, there are over 20 Democratic candidates who are running for President. Each of them wants to prove why they can take on President Donald Trump. Due to the large field, each candidate must qualify for the debates. Candidates must be polling at one percent and have 65,000 unique donors. Here is who qualified and which debate they will be at:
July 30 Debate:
July 31 Debate:
On Bovada, there are a number of different prop bets for these debates. Bovada has odds on how many times President Trump will tweet on July 30. The line is 12.5 and the over is at -200 while the under for tweets is +150. The entire day counts, so he can tweet about anything. If there are two candidates President Trump will tweet about, it will likely be either Sen. Sanders or Sen. Warren.
During the first wave of Democratic debates, O’Rourke’s opening statement was in Spanish. The debate was in Miami so he was trying to appeal to Hispanic voters. This caused Sen. Booker to speak in Spanish later in the debate. Both attempts fell flat with the audience. Bovada has a prop bet on how many candidates will speak Spanish during both the debates. Over two candidates has +225 odds while the under has -350 odds.
There are prop bets for specific candidates as well. Bovada has odds on how many times Biden will mention Obama. Over three mentions has +125 odds while under three has -165 odds. The odds for Yang to wear a tie during the debates are +350 for “yes” and -500 for “no”. There is even a prop bet for Sen. Warren to crack open a beer during the debates. The yes is +1400 while the no is -10000.
There are a number of other prop bets that are available. But the main event will be who will increase their election odds during these debates. Many of the candidates in the second debates have not qualified for the third ones. This the last shot for a lot of these candidates to show America why they should be President.