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2024 Presidential Odds Up Already: Harris Favored 3-1

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Oct/15/2020

We still haven't reached November 3, but oddsmakers are already predicting who will come out on top in 2024.


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The website SportsBetting.ag, which also offers political odds in addition to sports, has made Kamala Harris a 3-1 favorite for the 2024 Presidential Election.

Nikki Haley is second on the enormous list of 79 candidates with 6-1 odds.

Joe Biden, Mike Pence, Andrew Yang, Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg round out the candidates with odds less than 20-1.

Of course, there are a host of celebrities with long odds including Kayne West, Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey, Joe Rogan and Dwayne Johnson.

Mitch McConnell has some of the worst odds on the list at 500-1.

Odds from SportsBetting.ag are subject to change and your readers can view real-time numbers via this link.

2024 Presidential Election Odds

Kamala Harris 3-1

Nikki Haley      6-1

Joe Biden        7-1

Mike Pence     8-1

Andrew Yang  10-1

Bernie Sanders            12-1

Pete Buttigieg 16-1

Beto O'Rourke 20-1

Michelle Obama         20-1

Stacey Abrams 20-1

Tim Scott         20-1

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez       25-1

Andrew Cuomo           25-1

Elizabeth Warren        25-1

Mark Cuban    25-1

Amy Klobuchar           33-1

Cory Booker    33-1

Donald Trump Sr.        33-1

John Kasich     33-1

Michael Bloomberg    33-1

Deval Patrick   40-1

Gretchen Whitmer     40-1

Josh Hawley    40-1

Sherrod Brown           40-1

Dwayne Johnson         50-1

Hillary Clinton 50-1

Michael Bennet          50-1

Ted Cruz          50-1

Tom Cotton     50-1

Kanye West     50-1

Dan Krenshaw 66-1

Jon Stewart     66-1

Oprah Winfrey            66-1

Paul Ryan        66-1

Tulsi Gabbard  66-1

Val Demmings 66-1

Kristi Noem     66-1

Ben Shapiro    100-1

Candace Owens          100-1

Donald Trump Jr.        100-1

George Clooney          100-1

Ivanka Trump  100-1

Meghan Markle          100-1

Bob Iger          150-1

Condoleezza Rice        150-1

Elon Musk       150-1

Eric Garcetti    150-1

Eric Holder      150-1

Gavin Newsom            150-1

Howard Schultz           150-1

Jamie Dimon   150-1

Jared Kushner 150-1

Julian Castro   150-1

Kirsten Gillibrand        150-1

LeBron James  150-1

Mike Pompeo 150-1

Mitt Romney   150-1

Rand Paul        150-1

Tammy Baldwin          150-1

Tammy Duckworth     150-1

Tom Steyer     150-1

Bill Gates         200-1

Charlie Baker  200-1

Chelsea Clinton           200-1

George P. Bush           200-1

Greg Abbott    200-1

Jeff Flake         200-1

Joe Kennedy III            200-1

Lindsey Graham          200-1

Mark Zuckerberg        200-1

Nancy Pelosi   200-1

Tommy Tuberville       200-1

Kayleigh McEnany      250-1

Ron DeSantis   250-1

Clay Travis       500-1

Dana White     500-1

Joe Rogan        500-1

John Cena       500-1

Mitch McConnell        500-1

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