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Where Can I Bet on the Nevada Senate Race - Rosen vs. Heller - Odds to Win

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

You can bet on who will win the 2018 Nevada Senate race at Bookmaker where it's Jacky Rosen (D) vs. Dean Heller (R).

Bet on Rosen - Bet $14.5 to Win $10 ($14.50 Wager Refunded Should She Win)

Bet on Heller - Bet $10 to Win $12

*Bets Need to be Placed Early

Rosen vs. Heller

Dean Heller is among the most endangered Republicans on the Senate map. He definitely has value as some polls show him up.

Real Clear Politics notes: “Against the odds, Dean Heller has opened up a lead. Polls tend to overstate Democratic performance in Nevada, but the early vote (which is actually meaningful here) is more balanced than many would expect.  This is a close race right now.”

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

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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