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What is the Payout on Trump Winning Alabama, Idaho, West Virginia, North Dakota, South Dakota?

Written by:
Gilbert Horowitz
Published on:
Oct/29/2020

Quite a few states are classified as "Solid Trump", however, a number of these hold only a few electors due to their low populations.

All require significant bet amounts to win a meager $10, keeping in mind that the initial stake (bet) is returned provided GOP candidate and sitting President Donald Trump does win.

Alabama, Idaho, West Virginia, North Dakota and South Dakota fall into the category of "Solid Trump".

One must bet $250 to win $10 in Alabama, Idaho and West Virginia.

In South and North Dakota a $330 bet is required to win that same amount.

These five states offer up a total of 25 electors.

270 electorial votes are needed to win the US Presidential Election.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

 

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