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These politicians are the betting favorites to become presumptive running mates in the U.S. election this fall, according to online predictions market PredictIt.

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    1. America's next running mates?

    2. Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia has risen as the internet wagering most loved to be hypothetical Democratic presidential chosen one Hillary Clinton's running mate, online forecasts market PredictIt said. Kaine topped a rundown of potential VP competitors with around 20 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

    3. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts: 17 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

    4. Labor Secretary Tom Perez: 14 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

    5. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont: 10 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Rick Wilking

    6. On the Republican side, Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama was driving the race to be Donald Trump's running mate at 20 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Marvin Gentry

    7. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa: 17 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

    8. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich: 15 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

    9. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie: 9 percent likelihood. REUTERS/Mike Stone