2016 Town Hall Debates Live TV, Online Coverage & Presidential Odds

The 2016 Democratic GOP Town Hall and debate live TV schedule and online coverage continues through March and April as the political season is starting to really heat up! With the GOP down to the last three candidates, we only know one thing for sure – a long shot is going tin the GOP nomination.

Almost 8 months ago, if you were to say Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich would represent the final 3 Republican’s battling it out for nomination, well my friend, I hope you put a little cash on that! In July of 2015, Trump was at +10000, Cruz  +5500 and Kasich +8000. Wow, that right there is a gambler dream. Remember folks, we love playing all the odds here at Sports Odds Daily, and to think that Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio were the overwhelming favorites to capture the nomination and not even be in the race at this time shows us one thing – politics are no different than wagering on the NFL, horses or any sport – even when you think you know, you never know!

CNN will carry the Town Hall debate live on March 29 for the GOP candidates. This event will air from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. Eastern Time, with live online coverage on the CNN Go apps or website for cable and satellite subscribers. On March 30, MSNBC will host an exclusive Town Hall event featuring Donald Trump.

We will update any GOP and Democratic debate schedules with full TV and online info as they are known. As of now, no GOP debates are on the horizon, and the next Democratic Debate is scheduled for sometime in April. Below is a glance at the current odds to win the Presidency in November.

Update: Hillary and Bernie prepare to square-off from New York on April 14. Sanders has been making up ground of late and if he can win his home state of New York things will definitely become very interesting.  This upcoming debate will air on CNN starting at 9 p.m. ET. CNN will also carry the action live online through the CNNgo website and CNN apps.

2016 US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION – NEXT PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Odds as of April 10 at Bovada

Hillary Clinton -225
Donald Trump +180
Bernie Sanders +700
Ted Cruz +2000
John Kaisch +5500

2016 US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION – DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE
Odds as of April 10 at Bovada

Hillary Clinton -900
Bernie Sanders +500

2016 US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION – REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE
Odds as of April 10 at Bovada

Donald Trump -400
Ted Cruz +400
John Kasich +900