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Odds on the Republicans Controlling the Senate After 2018 Midterm at 1-10

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Nov/03/2018

The polls suggest that the Republicans will maintain control of the US Senate.  The bookmakers have a more ominous outcome with the Senate controlled by Republicans at 1/10 odds and the House only slightly favored to be controlled by the Democrats at -168.  Bookmaker.eu is the oldest established North American facing sportsbook, attracting hundreds of new customers daily and should be a good indicator of US voter representative, though not necessarily an indicator of who the bettor will be backing in the Election.

Senate Controlled by Democrats Pays $60 for Every $10 Bet

Senate Controlled by GOP -1000 or 1/10

House Controlled by Democrats Pays $10 on a $16 Bet ($16 Wager Refunded With a Win)

House Controlled by GOP Pays $13 for Every $10 Bet

*Bets Need to be Placed Early

Here Are Your State-By-State Race Odds For The Biggies

How to Read the Odds:

    645108 (Bet Ticket Number)
    Rick Scott -R (Candidate)
    -132 ( - Minus Sign is Favorite)

The Minus Sign Requires a Higher Risk.  In This Case a $13 Bet is Required to Pay $10.  Should it Win, You Win $10 and Get Back Your $13.

No Minus Sign Such as 167 Means a $10 Bet Pays $16.70

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Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Arizona

    645105
    Krysten Sinema -D
    167
    -
    -
    645106
    Martha McSally -R
    -207
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Florida

    645107
    Bill Nelson -D
    110
    -
    -
    645108
    Rick Scott -R
    -132
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Indiana

    645109
    Joe Donnelly -D
    -126
    -
    -
    645110
    Mike Braun -R
    104
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Missouri

    645111
    Claire McCaskill -D
    131
    -
    -
    645112
    Josh Hawley -R
    -159
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Montana

    645113
    Jon Tester -D
    -285
    -
    -
    645114
    Matt RosenDale -R
    222
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Nebraska

    645115
    Deb Fischer -R
    -5000
    -
    -
    645116
    Jane Raybould -D
    1400
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Nevada

    645117
    Dean Heller -R
    123
    -
    -
    645118
    Jacky Rosen -D
    -150
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? New Jersey

    645119
    Robert Menendez -D
    -465
    -
    -
    645120
    Bog Hugin -R
    334
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? North Dakota

    645121
    Kevin Cramer -R
    -700
    -
    -
    645122
    Heidi Heitkamp -D
    470
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Tennessee

    645123
    Marsha Blackburn -R
    -600
    -
    -
    645124
    Phil Bredesen -D
    430
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Texas

    645125
    Ted Cruz -R
    -506
    -
    -
    645126
    Beto O'Rourke -D
    370
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov.Elections? West Virginia

    645127
    Joe Manchin III -D
    -393
    -
    -
    645128
    Patrick Morrisey -R
    290
    -
    -

Elected US Senator in Nov. Elections? Wisconsin

    645129
    Tammy Baldwin -D
    -2000
    -
    -
    645130
    Leah Vukmir -R
    900
    -
    -

Be Elected the Next Governor 2018? Florida

    2900001
    A. Gillum -D
    -116
    -
    -
    2900002
    R. DeSantis -R
    -105
    -
    -

Be Elected the Next Governor 2018? Georgia

    2900004
    S. Abrams -D
    123
    -
    -
    2900005
    B. Kemp -R
    -148
    -
    -

Be Elected the Next Governor 2018? Ohio

    2900008
    R. Cordray -D
    -136
    -
    -
    2900009
    M. DeWine -R
    113
    -
    -

 

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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