Online Gambling On USA Presidential Election Heats Up

Published Saturday, October 01, 2016 -
Online Gambling On USA Presidential Election Heats Up

Although there are no sports books or casinos at which you can make a bet on the outcome of the presidential election in Las Vegas there are still online gambling operators who let you make a wager. Betting on the presidential election, or other political elections, is illegal and not permitted by Nevada gaming authorities in the USA. Betting on politics is a segment of sports betting, therefore there are three laws that impact involvement in wagering on the US presidential election 2016.  Those three laws are the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, the Federal Wire Act, and the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act.

As the date that America goes to the polls to elect the new leader of the free world draws closer so does the enthusiasm bettors have to place a bet on the outcome. The information from polls and other sources does give the punter a certain amount of edge but gambling operators track every aspect of the campaign so as to provide realistic odds. A great deal of punting has already transpired during the long nomination process where the bookies online were not sure at one point if Donald Trump would win the Republican nod and whether Hilary Clinton would secure the Democrat nomination after a lengthy battle with Bernie Sanders.

Choosing an online betting site in the US is not a big deal there are many sites to choose from with great bonuses and solid reputations. Take a few minutes to do some research before the initial deposit to clear away any issues before choosing a sports book online to place a wager on the US election.

Choosing a reputable online sports book is critical and there are a number available accepting US patrons. Bovada, TopBet, BetOnline, Bookmaker, and JustBet are those that come to the forefront with good odds bonuses and results.

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