Odds to Win the 2018 Iowa Governor's Race - Where to Bet

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Nov/04/2018

You can bet on who will win the 2018 Iowa Government race at Bookmaker where it's Fred Hubbell (D) vs. Kim Reynolds (R).

Bet on Hubbell - Bet $15.5 to Win $10 ($15.50 Wager Refunded Should He Win)

Bet on Raynolds - Bet $10 to Win $12.50

*Bets Need to be Placed Early

Hubbell vs. Reynolds

This is a tightly contested Governor's race in Iowa with the Democrat now favored to win.

Hubbell had a thin 2-point lead as of Sunday. 

Forty-six percent of likely voters say they support Hubbell, and 44 percent say they support Reynolds.

Hubbell also holds a 13 percentage-point lead among women, 52 percent to 39 percent.

Iowa gamblers are welcome to place their bets online with Bookmaker.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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