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2024 United States Presidential Election Odds

US Presidential Election

2024 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION ODDS

Also Read:- 2024 Presidential Election Odds: Who Will Run For President In 2024?

  • Donald Trump +300
  • Ron DeSantis +333
  • Joe Biden +450
  • Kamala Harris +1200
  • Mike Pence +2000
  • Pete Buttigieg +2500
  • Nikki Haley +2500
  • Michelle Obama +3300
  • Elizabeth Warren +4000
  • Tucker Carlson +4000
  • Mike Pompeo +4000
  • Tom Cotton +4000
  • Bernie Sanders +4000
  • Tulsi Gabbard +4000
  • Dan Crenshaw +4000
  • Eric Swalwell +4000
  • Hilary Clinton +4000
  • Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson +4000
  • Ted Cruz +5000
  • Andrew Yang +5000
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +5000
  • Candace Owens +5000
  • Andrew Cuomo +6600
  • Ben Sasse +6600
  • Ivanka Trump +6600
  • Kanye West +6600
  • Jeff Bezos +8000
  • Eric Swalwell +10000
  • Dan Crenshaw +10000

2024 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CONTENDERS

  • Donald Trump +300
  • Ron DeSantis +333
  • Joe Biden +550

2024 U.S. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION LONG SHOTS

  • Bernie Sanders +4000
  • Hilary Clinton +4000
  • Tom Cotton +4000

2024 PRESIDENTIAL ODDS: KEY INFO

  • Election Date: November 5, 2024
  • Democrat Candidate: TBD
  • Republican Candidate: TBD

2024 DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE ODDS

  • Joe Biden +200
  • Kamala Harris +450
  • Gavin Newsom +800
  • Elizabeth Warren +1200
  • Pete Buttigieg +1200
  • Hillary Clinton +2200
  • Michelle Obama +2200
  • Amy Klobuchar +3300
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +4000
  • Gretchen Whitmer +4000
  • Andrew Yang +5000
  • Meghan Markle +5000
  • Andrew Cuomo +6600
  • Bernie Sanders +6600
  • Beto O’Rourke +6600
  • Corey Booker +6600
  • Eric Garcetti +6600
  • John Ossoff +6600
  • Michael Bloomberg +6600
  • Nina Turner +6600
  • Tulsi Gabbard +6600
  • Bill Gates +100000
  • Katie Porter +100000
  • Tammy Duckworth +100000
  • Ayanna Pressley +150000
  • Rashida Tlaib +200000

2024 REPUBLICAN NOMINEE ODDS

  • Donald Trump +120
  • Ron DeSantis +150
  • Mike Pence +1000
  • Nikki Haley +1400
  • Mike Pompeo +2800
  • Tucker Carlson +2800
  • Candace Owens +3300
  • Josh Hawley +3300
  • Kristi Noem +3300
  • Tom Cotton +3300
  • Charlie Baker +4000
  • Ivanka Trump +4000
  • Ted Cruz +4000
  • Tom Scott +4000
  • Donald Trump, Jr. +5000
  • Greg Abbott +5000
  • Kanye West +5000
  • Larry Hogan +5000
  • Mitt Romney +5000
  • Marco Rubio +5000
  • Dan Crenshaw +6600
  • Kimberly Guilfoyle +6600
  • Liz Cheney +6600
  • Pau; Ryan +6600
  • Chris Christie +8000
  • Kayleigh McEnany +8000
  • Ben Sasse +100000
  • Devin Nunes +100000
  • Eric Trump +100000
  • Jim Jordan +100000
  • Susan Collins +100000
  • Matt Gaetz +100000
  • Rand Paul +100000
  • Seven Bannon +100000
  • Jared Kushner +100000
  • Ben Shapiro +150000
  • John Kasich +150000
  • Mitch McConnell +150000
  • Orrin Hatch +150000
  • Evan McMullin +200000
  • Lara Trump +200000
  • Lisa Murkowski +200000
  • Richard Grenell +200000

2022 HOUSE ELECTION ODDS

  • Republicans -800
  • Democrats +450

2022 SENATE ODDS

PARTY TOTAL ODDS

  • Republicans Over 50.5 Seats -225
  • Republicans Under 50.5 Seats +350
  • Republicans Exactly 50 +450

ARIZONA U.S. SENATE ODDS

  • Republican -175
  • Democrats +130

GEORGIA U.S. SENATE ODDS

  • Democrats -138
  • Republican +100

NEVADA U.S. SENATE ODDS

  • Republican -200
  • Democrats +150

NEW HAMPSHIRE U.S. SENATE ODDS

  • Democrats -150
  • Republican +110

PENNSYLVANIA U.S. SENATE ODDS

  • Democrats -150
  • Republican +110

How Are American Presidential Elections Conducted?

The Electoral College is used in the United States to choose the president and vice president. The president is elected by the Electoral College with 270 votes. With an additional two votes added for each state’s senators in Congress, each state is given a set of votes based on the number of representatives it has in the House of Representatives. Nebraska and Maine allocate their Electoral College votes according to the share of the popular vote each candidate receives, therefore the candidate with the most votes in a given state will need all 270 of those votes to win the presidency. However, winning the presidency does not automatically mean winning the popular vote of the country.

There have been five occasions where the winner didn’t receive more popular votes. While John Quincy Adams, Rutherford B. Hayes, and Benjamin Harrison were involved in three of those instances, it has happened in two of the last four presidential elections: George W. Bush defeated Al Gore in 2000 and Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in 2016.

And in case you’re wondering, yes, international bookmakers accept bets on various party alliances for both the Electoral College and the popular vote.

Swing State Odds For The American Presidential Election

Eight crucial battlegrounds—often referred to as the “swing states” race—will decide the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden, according to many political commentators and news outlets in the country.

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