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You'd Vote For Your Candidate - But Would You Bet On Them?
You'd Vote For Your Candidate - But Would You Bet On Them?

AIR DATE: April 4, 2013

British bookmakers held $1.6 million on last year's presidential election. Nevada State Senator Tick Segerblom says that some of that money should stay in the U.S. - at Nevada sportsbooks to be precise. But what would it mean for elections? Would it trivialize the choice? Would people vote their parlay card and not their conscience? Or could it increase election fixing?

Justin Levitt, Professor of Election Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
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