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Odds to Win the Arizona Senate Race 2018 - Sinema vs. McSally

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Nov/03/2018

You can bet on who will win the 2018 Arizona Senate race at Bookmaker where it's Kristen Sinema (D) vs. Martha McSally.

Bet on Kristen Sinema - Pays $14 for every $10 Bet

Bet on Martha McSally - Bet $17 to Win $10 ($17 wager refunded with a win)

*Bets Need to be Placed Early

Sinema vs. McSally

Most of the polls have Sinema, the Democrat, up but the fine folks at Bookmaker have McSally winning.  She's actually a pretty big favorite at -175.  That's a David Price starting for the Red Sox type line.

McSally and Sinema, the Democrat, are tied at 46 percent support among Arizona’s likely voters as of Saturday , according the latest Fox News Poll released Wednesday.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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