Latest US Presidential Odds – The Battleground States – Post Trump Sex Tape

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Oct/11/2016

Following two debates and a salacious video of GOP nominee Donald Trump speaking disparagingly about women, betting exchange battleground state betting odds on the upcoming US Presidential race have been updated as of October 12.

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Ohio Odds to Win – 2016 US Presidential Race

Trump had pulled ahead of Clinton prior to the first Debate.  Suddenly Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton had odds just shy of 1-3.

Florida Odds to Win – 2016 US Presidential Race

Odds on Clinton were as short as 1-4 here though most books still had her at 1-3.

North Carolina Odds to Win – 2016 US Presidential Race

Trump was ahead prior to the first Debate and this past weekend’s controversy.  Clinton was now at 1-3 odds.

Georgia Odds to Win – 2016 US Presidential Race

Georgia has long been reliably red (Republican) but there were indications this summer that the Peachtree State could be in reach for the Democratic candidate.  Trump still was a -250 favorite here.

- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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