A prop bet is asking which will happen first – US President Donald Trump conceding the 2020 election or the New York Jets winning an NFL game?
President Trump is a longshot to earn the 2024 Republican presidential nomination at +1000. Who are the other possibilities? We examine the favorites, the sleepers and whether or not the GOP is done with Trump.
Kamala Harris Opens as +250 Favorite to Win Democratic Nomination in 2024; Biden a Distant Second at +700
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is the +250 favorite in the opening line of who will win the 2024 Democratic Presidential nomination.
Will Joe Biden be declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election on Saturday, November 7th? With the nation waiting – but not actually wondering – it’s likely that major news outlets wind up calling it on Saturday, despite what the odds say.
Republican David Perdue (+300) and Democrat Raphael Warnock (-140) are the favored to capture Georgia’s two Senate seats in Dec. 7 runoff elections. See best bets for the Jan. 7th runoff elections.
If President Trump ultimately loses the 2020 election, is he a legitimate favorite to earn the GOP nomination in 2024? Is there a more viable candidate waiting in the wings? We handicap the feel — and the field — in four years and make a prediction.
Donald Trump is claiming that fraud has led to Joe Biden leading the 2020 Presidential Election. Sportsbooks don’t think his claims are solid enough to change the inevitable outcome as Trump remains a distant +675 longshot.
The updated 2020 election odds have moved further towards Joe Biden, who is now a -1340 favorite. Donald Trump’s chances to win reelection are down to just 12.2%. Sascha Paruk sets out the live odds and probability.
Joe Biden is now a massive -780 favorite to win the election. Does Donald Trump still have a path to victory?
Joe Biden’s realistic paths to victory are growing with Wisconsin added to his Electoral College count. Donald Trump needs a lot of improbable outcomes from here on out to win the 2020 Presidential Election. Sascha Paruk sets out the latest odds and probability.
How far have Donald Trump’s odds to win the 2020 election faded in the last 12 hours? He went from almost a 75% favorite to a 21.5% longshot. Results in Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin are all looking good for Biden, who only needs three of four to win the White House. Sascha Paruk sets out the latest live odds in the ongoing Trump v Biden battle.
Biden Given Better Than 70% Chance to Win Election After Mail-In Ballots Swing Arizona, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin
The updated odds to win the battleground states – like Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin – generally favor Joe Biden over Donald Trump. While the race is far from over, the odds to win the election as a whole now favor Biden, as well.
Donald Trump is now a massive favorite to win the 2020 presidential election.
Will Melania Trump file for divorce from Donald Trump if he loses the election? Props are up on the board and it’s a longshot to happen.
Live Odds to Win Swing States in Presidential Election – Biden Massive Favorite in Michigan, Pennsylvania
Who will take Michigan? Who will win Florida? See the live odds for both Donald Trump and Joe Biden to win key swing states in the election here.
Donald Trump’s live odds to win the 2020 election improved considerably after news that Florida was leaning to the incumbent. Can better results in Miami-Dade county really swing the whole election from Joe Biden?
Joe Biden’s odds to win the Presidency have surged to -218 in the latest live odds. Biden was the -118 favorite over Donald Trump entering Tuesday.
The odds to win the 2020 presidential election between Donald Trump and Joe Biden remain on the board at certain sportsbooks. Sascha Paruk looks at the closing odds and analyzes how long bettors have to put their money on the old white man of their choice.
Donald Trump had been gaining momentum all week – as far as the 2020 election odds go – but he has stalled out at +157 on the eve of Election Day. Sascha Paruk sets out how the political futures have shifted recently and candidates’ chances to win the White House on Tuesday.
Odds have been set at nearly 50-1 for the 2020 national election to end in an Electoral College tie between President Trump and Democratic front-runner Joe Biden. The outcome would be unprecedented in United States history — but it’s nearly happened before on several occasions.