US Political Odds and Props: Newt Gingrich Favorite In Florida Primary
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
by Bovada Sportsbook
The race to find a GOP representative and opponent for President Barrack Obama in the 2012 elections has been anything but straightforward. Political experts, pundits and even the lines makers at Bovada Sportsbook have had quite the time determining which horse is going to win the race and now the new frontrunner is former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich.
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Mitt Romney had been the favorite to represent the Republican party in the 2012 election throughout most of the running. There were brief spikes in popularity from Michelle Bachmann, Rick Perry, Ron Paul and even Rick Santorum, but at the end of the day they all faded while Romney was the lone constant. Meanwhile, Gingrich had been lurking in the background and while he lost the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries, he didn’t falter. That’s because Republicans felt Romney was a little closer to the center than they would like and far softer to the honest, blunt and straightforward Gingrich.
Then the South Carolina primary arrived and turned everything upside down.
In the debate, Gingrich came out guns a blazing as liberal media tried to bring his personal baggage (with his ex-wife) into the mix right at the start of the debate and he spun it around calling their attempt “despicable”. The response earned a standing ovation from the audience and earned viral video status on the internet. In return, Gingrich surged in the primaries and now finds himself neck-in-neck with Romney for the Republican nomination.
Now we’re heading to Florida and things are about to get really interesting. Bovada Sportsbook’s odds makers have added to the fun by posting some lines on the upcoming primary.
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