Intrade Tuesday was calling Clinton the leader, at least in the minds of online bettors, to be Barack Obama's running mate on what would be the much-discussed Democratic "dream ticket."
The newspaper said the action on Intrade pegged Clinton with a 21 percent chance of running with Obama compared to Sen. James Webb, D-Va., at 19.7 percent and New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson at 6.2 percent.
The Post noted that a larger percentage of the Intrade players were betting that "none of the above" in both parties would be chosen.
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