Now that we are officially in 2019, it is time to start revving up Presidential election talk, once again. Before the year ends, more and more Democratic candidates will start to emerge and throw their hat into the ring as the Dems try to figure out a way to defeat President Donald Trump and take back the Oval Office in 2020.

Warren first up

According to the New York Times, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is already preparing for a run against President Trump in 2020, however, she may have a tough time becoming her own party's nominee.

The Times indicates that Warren officially entered the 2020 race for President on Monday, December 31 becoming the first major candidate to announce for the Democratic Party.

She may have been the first name in, but she is far from the favorite in terms of representing the left in 2020.

The latest odds from oddshark indicate that Kamala Harris and Beto O’Rourke are the top two favorites to square off against President Trump in 2020.

O’Rourke, a former drummer in a punk-rock band, is getting a lot of Presidential hype at the moment according to the Boston Herald. O’Rourke was elected to three terms in the House before becoming known on the national level when he narrowly lost to Ted Cruz in a battle during the 2018 midterm elections.

O’Rourke may have lost the battle, but he did become a much more popular figure for the left in doing so. Now, he, along with Harris and former Vice-President Joe Biden are all the early odds-on favorites to represent the Democrats in 2020.

GOP in trouble?

Yes, the 2020 election is still well over a year and a half away, however, the hype is just around the corner. Both sides will be going full force, especially on the Democrat side to do whatever it takes to win.

The left will bring up the government shutdown, Russia allegations in the previous election, and the border wall.

Nevertheless, President Trump is still the heavy favorite to hold down the White House until 2024.

Things may change over the next year, but as of January 2, 2019, Trump is listed at +150, which is leaps and bounds ahead of the field. Of course, it is hard to take names like Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson seriously at this time, but nowadays you really can't count out anyone!

Below is a look at the current top favorites to win the 2020 Presidential election.

  • Donald Trump+150
  • Kamala Harris+1000
  • Beto O’Rourke+1000
  • Bernie Sanders+1200
  • Joe Biden+1400
  • Elizabeth Warren+2000
  • Mike Pence+2000
  • Cory Booker+2000
  • Kirsten Gillibrand+3000
  • Oprah Winfrey+3000
  • Michelle Obama+3300