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Bet on the Electoral College Objections Wednesday, Vote Challenge Over/Under

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Jan/04/2021

The Electoral College ratification on Wednesday is expected to get messy, and there are betting lines on how Congress will react.


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How many states' votes will be objected during Electoral College ratification?

Over 2.5

Under 2.5

 

How many Senators will object to Electoral College ratification?

Over 11.5

Under 11.5

 

Will Electoral College ratification process reach Day 2 (Jan. 7)?

Yes +400

No -750

 

Will Congress appoint an Electoral Commission?

Yes +800

No -2500

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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