You can bet on the 2012 Presidential Race odds at Allpro, we have many political wagering options and political odds. Who will win the 2012 US Presidential Race? It is far too early to say anything for sure, as the candidates have not yet been chosen, but there are several possibilities that may make it to the candidacy and even win the election.
The Democratic nomination is almost certain to be our current US President, Barack Hussein Obama. The reason is simple, history shows that those who have been voted in once are almost certain to win a second time. However, this is not a sure thing, as US Presidents have lost their second term runs in the past. However, this is a rare event and it seems likely that Obama will win. Another candidate possibility is Hillary Clinton, who has stated before that she intends on running again. If she is nominated, she has a great deal of popularity among the nation's people.
Republican hopefuls include former speaker of the house, Newt Gingrich. Gingrich has claimed that he is on the list of the top Republican candidates and his political organization has been raising money nationwide. Perhaps a sign that he intends to run. However, even if he scores the candidacy, his scandalous affairs with his three ex-wives may hurt his image, decreasing his chances of winning. Also amongst the possibles are Mike Huckabee and Sarah Palin.
Third party nominee Ralph Nader has announced that he intends to run for the Presidency in 2012, but chances of him winning are slim. A third party has never won an election before in American history and that is unlikely to change now. Nader's image has also suffered and seriously declined over the many years he has been running.
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