Odds to Be Nominated Republican Vice President 2016 - Mike Pence Favorite

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Jul/11/2016

We are expecting presumptive GOP nominee for US President Donald Trump to select his Vice Presidential candidate this week, and at the top of that list is Indiana Governor Mike Pence at -250.

There is unofficially a Friday deadline with the Republican Convention taking place on Saturday and officials from the Trump campaign saying that the VP nomination will be announced prior to this time.

Former Speaker of the House and 2012 Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was coming in with the second shortest odds at +350 (paying $35 for every $10 bet).

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie had odds of +650 (paying $65 for every $10 bet).

US Presidential Election

The 2016 Election - Republican VP Nominee

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401

Jeff Sessions

 

+1600

 

402

Newt Gingrich

 

+350

 

403

Joni Ernst

 

+2500

 

404

Bob Corker

 

+3300

 

405

Chris Christie

 

+650

 

406

Scott Brown

 

+2500

 

407

John Kasich

 

+1200

 

408

Ben Carson

 

+2500

 

410

Mary Fallin

 

+2500

 

411

Susana Martinez

 

+3300

 

412

Mia Love

 

+2500

 

413

Tom Cotton

 

+3300

 

414

Mike Pence

 

-250

 


- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com

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