US Election Odds

Perpetual Motion. That is the state of politics in the United States as yet another election cycle is now underway.

Though the nasty November 2016 vote seems like it played out just yesterday, and the results continue to reverberate around the World, USA voters will do it all again soon.

Democrats, Republicans and Independents have fired up their spin machines as all parties will look to win the Whitehouse when citizens head to the polls on November 3, 2020.

U.S. Presidential Election 2024 Odds

Although the vote is months away, similar to the NHL Stanley Cup, MLB World Series, NBA Finals and NFL Super Bowl futures, top online bookmakers have posted 2024 US Presidential election odds.

While not a sporting event, the bottom line remains the same. Proper research helps handicappers navigate the murky political waters and get the most bang for their USA Election betting bucks.

Latest USA Commander in Chief Odds - Prices were last updated on November 20, 2020:

2024 U.S.A. Presidential Election Odds 10bet BetWay 888 Sport
Kamala Harris (D) 4.50 4.50 4.50
Joe Biden (D) 5.55 5.50 5.50
Donald Trump (R) 7.00 7.00 7.00
Mike Pence (R) 11.00 11.00 11.00
Joe Biden To win the US election
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Latest 2024 US Election Winning Party Odds - Prices were last updated on November 20, 2020:

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Republican TBA TBA TBA
Independent TBA TBA TBA
Republican Party To be the Winning Party
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Who Will Win The U.S. Presidential Election in 2020?

While some scoff at the notion President Trump will get punted from office - 888Sport bookmakers posted impeachment (1.67) as the favourite over resignation (3.5) or a Senate conviction (7.0) during his first term.

But here we are approaching the 2020 election and Trump is the favourite. The current Democratic frontrunner is ex-Vice President Joe Biden, who looks to move Trump from the White House. 

Few Republicans have lined up to oppose Trump but there is a diverse group that might challenge him. Most current GOP members don't want to rock the boat but there are plenty of critics within the party. That includes disenchanted retiring Senators Jeff Flake and Bob Corker though neither made it to our odds table.

Trump isn't a popular figure on a global political scale, but he has a loyal following that seems to have unshaken loyalty to the President - no matter what he does. 

Vice President Mike Pence (51.00) is the current Republican favourite behind Trump who is posted with a (1.91) best price at Bodog. Joe Biden is a recognizable face and has been around the political merry-go-round in the US that he could command huge support. But will it be enough to topple Trump?

It seems unlikely. While Joe Biden clearly offers a different option for voters, he doesn't seem to have the same highlight-reel moments Trump always brings; which seem to appeal to the American people. 

Other notables include Hillary Clinton, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo though he is running for re-election. One for the future, how do think Michelle Obama or Joe Biden plus VP Barack Obama ticket would fair? Barack can't run for President but there is no law against him being a VP candidate. Though one has to wonder if he would put his family through four to eight more years of living in captivity.

U.S. Election Betting Is A Long Wagering Season

People can say what they want about the state of Canadian politics – we’ll take it over the mess in the United States any day and twice on Sundays. From Local to State and Federal elections, with many mid-term votes mixed in along the way, the US electoral process never rests. With things not far away now, the U.S. political betting lines are heating up. 

For those not familiar with the US Presidential election process, here is an abridged version of how things are supposed to play out. Candidates “officially” announce they are running 18 months in advance of the election.

Caucus and Primary debates roll out during the summer before an election year and run until spring. State-by-State Primary and Caucus voting run from January to September during each election year. All the fields, Republican, Democrat, and Independent, are whittled down during Presidential debates in September and October - prior to the voting day in early November. 

We started tracking the 2016 US election betting odds once the field was at nine “contenders” though everyone knew there were really just two. That war, which featured countless battles, was between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald John Trump.

President Trump proved a dark horse can emerge from the pack as he was a (26.00) money line longshot at Bodog when there were still 27 contenders in the fight. While we suggest waiting until the field is cut down some if you see a current underdog emerging - bet on them anytime 24/7 at these top-ranked online sportsbooks.

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    US Election Odds FAQ
    • There are two basic types of elections in the US political system - those are primary and general. Primary elections are in place to nominate someone from a field of candidates who will run in the general election in question. A general election is an election held to choose among candidates nominated in a primary for federal, state or local office.

    • Yes, US elections come around every four years. The importance of the outcome of elections to people across the globe, coupled with the fact there are so many markets available to bet on, makes for a really exciting time to wager.

    • These elections are held in order to establish who congressional representatives will be, but not to elect a president. Every two years Americans must elect members for the US House of Representatives to two-year terms and one about one-third of US senators serve six-year terms. Voters will also select officials to state and local government posts.

    • A caucus is a meeting in which registered members of a political party in a residential area of varying size (even cities) can express support for a particular candidate. Caucuses involve many separate meetings held simultaneously at a variety of locations, in order to establish state party nominees. The rules vary from state to state and party to party.

    • American citizens must be 18 and older in order to register to vote. As long as the vote is cast before the deadline and meets state requirements, the vote will be counted.

    • General elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of November, meaning it will be held on November 3rd for the 2020 general election.

    • General elections are held once every four years, with each President being allowed a four-year term before they can apply to remain in office for a second term, or a new President is brought in. The maximum period in office possible is 8 years.

    • The Electoral College is a group designated by states to cast votes for the president and vice president on behalf of state citizens. Electors are chosen on the day of the general election. The Electoral College, not the popular vote, elects the president, but the two votes are tied closely.

    • State and local governments decide the dates for primary elections or caucuses. These dates, as well as the amount of time between the primary and general election, drastically influence how early candidates begin campaigning and how they decide to spend campaign funds.

    • The way the government works in the US, there are only two political parties; The Democrats and the Republicans. It’s a dated system that lives on today.