Obama Still Winning Wisconsin in US Presidential Race: Romney-Ryan Close (Latest Odds)

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Aug/20/2012
Obama Still Winning Wisconsin in US Presidential Race:  Romney-Ryan Close

Sportsbook.com has US President Barack Obama still leading in the odds to win the state of Wisconsin at 5/7 though the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan GOP ticket is getting much closer at 11/10 Monday.

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Ryan, a Wisconsin Congressman, may help to push the pendulum towards the Republican vote in this critical battleground state come Election Day.

"Paul talks about being from Janesville (Wisconsin), but he's an absolute product of Capitol Hill," said Democratic state Sen. Joe Erpenbach.

Not all state Democrats agree with that assessment.

"I've known Paul Ryan for a long time. He's a serious guy," said Wisconsin state Sen. Tim Cullen, a moderate Democrat who shares constituents with Ryan. "I think the American people need more serious people in Washington and fewer bomb-throwers."

Scott Angus, long time Editor of the Janesville Gazette noted:  "The whole image of an all-American boy from an all-American city - it's all true," Angus said. "He really is as genuine as you're going to find."

US Presidential Odds 2012:   

12:00 ET

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

400

Mitt Romney

11/10

Barack Obama

5/7

12:00 ET

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

420

Mitt Romney

20/23

Barack Obama

20/23

12:00 ET

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

440

Mitt Romney

20/21

Barack Obama

4/5

12:00 ET

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

460

Mitt Romney

57/20

Barack Obama

10/37

12:00 ET

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

480

Mitt Romney

6/5

Barack Obama

2/3

 

12:00 ET

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

500

Mitt Romney

2/5

Barack Obama

2/1

12:00 ET

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

520

Mitt Romney

8/5

Barack Obama

1/2

12:00 ET

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

540

Mitt Romney

11/10

Barack Obama

5/7

12:00 ET

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

560

Mitt Romney

3/1

Barack Obama

1/4

12:00 ET

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

580

Mitt Romney

19/10

Barack Obama

20/47

12:00 ET

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

590

Mitt Romney

6/5

Barack Obama

2/3

21:00 ET

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

120

Barack Obama

20/37

Mitt Romney

8/5

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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