Donald Trump won’t take office until Jan. 20, but gambling site Bovada is already thinking about the next election. Here are its top candidates to win the presidency in 2020, ranked from worst odds to best.
John Kasich 40/1 odds
Bovada ranks several Republicans, which means they would have to replace Trump as the Republican nominee. Ohio’s governor famously skipped the GOP convention there because he didn’t support Donald Trump. Maybe Bovada thinks he could take on Trump in the 2020 Republican primary?
Marco Rubio 33/1
Note that several people are tied at 33-to-1 odds. Rubio, a Florida senator, famously feuded with Trump during the 2016 primaries, earning the nickname “little Marco.” Bovada has longshot odds on him replacing Trump.
Kamala Harris 33/1
The first Democrat on our list, she was just elected as a California senator after previously serving as the state’s attorney general. She’ll only have four years of experience in 2020, but President Obama only had four years.
Nikki Haley 33/1
The South Carolina governor is a rising Republican star under consideration for the Trump administration.
Trey Gowdy 33/1
The South Carolina Republican congressman is known for talking tough and his legal background.
Kirsten Gillibrand 33/1
The Democratic junior senator from New York has vowed to recruit more women for political office.
Ted Cruz 33/1
The Republican Texas senator battled Trump for the 2016 nomination and unenthusiastically endorsed him.
Catherine Cortez Masto 33/1
The Democratic senator-elect from Nevada will be the first Latina senator. Like Harris, she will only have had four years of Senate experience in 2020.
Michael Bloomberg 33/1
The former mayor of New York considered running in 2016 and probably regrets that he didn’t, so 2020 could be his year.
Joe Biden 33/1
The outgoing vice president considered running against Hillary Clinton in 2016 but decided not to after the 2015 death of his son Beau. Biden is popular, particularly with working-class voters whom Trump lured from the Democrats. He’ll be 77 in 2o20, which would make him the oldest person to win the presidency, if he won.
Bernie Sanders 20/1
The Vermont senator came close to upsetting Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination. But in 2020, he’ll be 79.
Amy Klobuchar 20/1
The Minnesota senator is extremely popular in he home state.
Hillary Clinton 20/1
After coming losing the Democratic nomination in 2008 to Obama and coming so close in 2016, does the former secretary of state have it in her to try again? She’ll turn 73 in 2020, but Trump is eight months older.
Julian Castro 20/1
The secretary of Housing and Urban Development is a Texas native and considered a rising star among Democrats.
Cory Booker 20/1
The New Jersey senator is a talented campaigner and speaker and one of the most prominent African-American Democrats. The New Jersey senator is also popular among his peers.
Elizabeth Warren 14/1
The Massachusetts senator could pick up supporters of the Sanders movement. She has feuded with Trump, but also expressed a willingness to work with him on certain issues.
Tim Kaine 14/1
Clinton’s running mate knows his way around Washington and may be the de facto candidate given his role as her understudy.
Michelle Obama 12/1
The First Lady is terrifically popular, but has said the job doesn’t interest her. That may change after a few years of Donald Trump.
Paul Ryan 10/1
The House Speaker is a star among traditional conservatives, but it will take a TV drama worth of surprises for him to somehow replace Trump as the presidential nominee, but that’s true of every other Republican on this list, too.
Mike Pence 10/1
The vice president-elect would be the obvious candidate to replace Trump if Trump opts not to seek a second term.
Donald Trump 2/1
The president-elect will be the man to beat, assuming he seeks a second term. So far there’s no reason to think he won’t.