Bet the 2018 Midterms Online - Closing Odds

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Nov/06/2018

It's Election Day in the United States and folks are heading to vote, and still others are placing their wagers on the key 2018 Midterm races.

The Republicans were a -1000 favorite to retain the Senate but one can bet $10 to win $60 if the Dems got it, which they were not likely to get. 

The Democrats were favored to take the House.  This price had stretched from just shy of under -200 to -430, and they did take it pretty easily.

Republican Martha McSally was now only a slight favorite to take the Arizona Senate seat at -120 while Krysten Sinema pays EVEN odds.

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Democrat incumbent Bill Nelson was now a -215 favorite to win the Senate race in Florida.  Rick Scott was expected to take this one.

Andrew Gillum (D) was a -259 favorite to win the Florida Governor’s race.  Rick DeSantis (R) pays $20 for every $10 bet.

Democrat Joe Donnelly was a -215 favorite to win the Indiana Senate seat.  His Republican opponent Mike Braun did win and paid out nicely ($16 for every $10 bet)

Republican Josh Hawley was a -142 to win the Senate race in Missouri vs. Claire McCaskill  +116.  Polls Tuesday morning had this one a dead heat.

John Tester (D) was a comfortable favorite at -255 to win the Senate race in Montana but polling there has been difficult, so Matt RosenDale (R) does have value paying $20 for every $10 bet.

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Stacy Abrams (D) would have paid $20 for every $10 bet to win the Georgia Governor’s race.  Brian Kemp (R) was a -259 semi-comfortable favorite.

Sorry Beto backers as Bookmaker has Republican inumbent Senator Ted Cruz a -500 favorite.  Cruz won this.

Tammy Baldwin (D) was a very safe bet to win in Wisconsin and essentially not betable at -2656.  She was called early.

The Ohio Governor's race was tight with R. Cordray -D at -175 and M. DeWine -R at +141.

Here were your closing odds as of 5 pm EST Tuesday:

Party will control the Senate after Nov. elections
    Democrats
    675
    Republicans
    -1100

Party will control the House after Nov. elections?
    Democrats
    -445
    Republicans
    325

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Arizona
    Krysten Sinema -D
    -113
    Martha McSally -R
    -107

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Florida
    Bill Nelson -D
    -190
    Rick Scott -R
    152

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Indiana
    Joe Donnelly -D
    -200
    Mike Braun -R
    160

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Missouri
    Claire McCaskill -D
    112
    Josh Hawley -R
    -135

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Montana
    Jon Tester -D
    -225
    Matt RosenDale -R
    182

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Nebraska
    Deb Fischer -R
    -5000
    Jane Raybould -D
    2000

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Nevada
    Dean Heller -R
    170
    Jacky Rosen -D
    -210

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? New Jersey
    Robert Menendez -D
    -1100
    645120
    Bog Hugin -R
    675

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? North Dakota
    Kevin Cramer -R
    -825
    645122
    Heidi Heitkamp -D
    550

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Tennessee
    Marsha Blackburn -R
    -750
    Phil Bredesen -D
    500

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Texas
    Ted Cruz -R
    -750
    Beto O'Rourke -D
    500

Elected US Senator in Nov.Elections? West Virginia
    Joe Manchin III -D
    -625
    Patrick Morrisey -R
    440

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Wisconsin
    Tammy Baldwin -D
    -3000
    Leah Vukmir -R
    1300

Be Elected the Next Governor 2018? Florida
    A. Gillum -D
    -370
    R. DeSantis -R
    275

Be Elected the Next Governor 2018? Georgia
    S. Abrams -D
    210
    B. Kemp -R
    -268

Be Elected the Next Governor 2018? Ohio
    R. Cordray -D
    -210
    M. DeWine -R
    171

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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