Mitt Romney, Barack Obama Swing States Betting Props

Written by:
Carrie Stroup
Published on:
Sep/25/2012
Mitt Romney, Barack Obama Swing States Betting Props

Sportsbook.com currently features a number of Mitt Romney / Barack Obama US Presidential swing states betting props available for your consumption.

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To understand how these prop bets works, if you see +325, this means that the payout would be $32.50 for every $10 bet.  The -450 line you see for Obama means that a $45 bet would need to be placed just to win $10 since he is such a huge favorite to win this state.  The $45 bet is refunded only in the event that Obama wins re-election. 

Currently, the only state where Romney is a favorite is North Carolina.  Obama would pay out nearly 2/1 odds with a win in that Southern state. 

Obama is now just over a 1/3 favorite to be re-elected President of the United States. 

 

Ohio - Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+325  Bet Now

 

Barack Obama

-450 Bet Now

 

 

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Florida - Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+135 Bet Now

 

 

Barack Obama

-165 Bet Now

 

 

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Virginia - Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+190 Bet Now

 

 

 

Barack Obama

-235 Bet Now

 

 

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Colorado - Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+180 Bet Now

 

 

Barack Obama

-225 Bet Now

 

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North Carolina - Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

-235 Bet Now

 

 

Barack Obama

+190 Bet Now

 

 

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Nevada - Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+280 Bet Now

 

 

 

Barack Obama

-360 Bet Now

 

 

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Wisconsin -Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+300 Bet Now

 

 

 

Barack Obama

-400 Bet Now

 

 

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New Hampshire -Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+240 Bet Now

 

 

Barack Obama

-320 Bet Now

 

 

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Iowa -Winner of this State in the 2012 US Presidential Election

Mitt Romney

+325 Bet Now

 

 

Barack Obama

-450 Bet Now

 

 

 

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2012 US Presidential Election - Winner is determined by who receives Majority Electoral Votes

Barack Obama

-320 Bet Now

 

 

Mitt Romney

+250 Bet Now

 

- Carrie Stroup, Gambling911.com Senior Reporter

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