Ted Cruz’s odds jumped up today and Marco Rubio’s odds slipped in overseas betting markets, though Rubio remains a slight favorite to win the Republican nomination.
Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, who was seriously injured in a mass shooting almost five years ago, and her husband, Captain Mark Kelly, today announced the Granite State Coalition for Common Sense Solutions, which will advocate for passing legislation to close background check loopholes and other measures to reduce gun violence.
While Marco Rubio remains the favorite of overseas bookies to win the Republican nomination, Chris Christie is now getting a serious look.
Recognizing that legislation to keep firearms out of the hands of people who are terrorism risks was very popular with voters, U.S. Senator Kelly Ayotte this week claimed she supported this effort, despite her vote on the Senate floor last Thursday against an amendment offered by Sen. Dianne Feinstein that would ban people on the consolidated terror watch list from buying guns and explosives. Is Ayotte being honest with New Hampshire voters?
The odds of Jeb Bush or Ben Carson becoming the Republican nominee tumbled in the last two weeks, Ted Cruz is moving up, and the downward trajectory for Bernie Sanders continued, according to overseas bookies.