On November 3, the country will vote for the next president of the United States. Donald Trump is the incumbent and Republican Party nominee. Representing the Democratic Party is former Vice President Joe Biden. Most polls have this race too close to call. To gain a deeper perspective on which candidate has the inside edge, you can to turn to the betting odds. Now, let’s discuss where you can shop the current prop bet odds to win for November’s Presidential Election.
All the top-rated online sportsbooks have posted betting odds to win the election. A few online books have expanded their prop list to include additional options. This includes the electoral vote by each state and the overall popular vote.
Biden still has the slight edge in this prop as a -115 favorite. Trump’s odds to win are set at -105.
Offering the most extensive list of political prop bet options, the winning party and popular vote are also covered.
The Democrats are -120 favorites to be the winning party. The Republicans are -110 underdogs. The odds to win the popular vote heavily favor the Democrats at -500 with Republicans set as +330 underdogs.
You can also bet on the results of the Electoral College winner for most of the 50 states.
Interestingly enough, Kamala Harris is third on the list at +5000 as Biden’s running mate for vice president. Trump’s VP Mike Pence has +10000 odds.
The Democrats are -130 favorites to win the election. The party’s odds to win the popular vote are -450. This is another online book with Electoral College odds for most states.
The betting odds at this book to win mirror Bovada. Biden is a -115 favorite and Trump is a -105 underdog. Kamala Harris is also on this list at +5000 odds. Pence is listed at +12500 betting odds.
The odds to win the popular vote have the Democrats set as +500 favorites. The odds for the Republican Party are set at +300.
My Bookie also listed prop odds for control of the Senate following the election. This is a dead heat at -115 odds for each party.
The odds covering when the loser of the election concedes favor Nov. 4 at +125. They move to +175 for Nov. 13 or later.
For any presidential debate fans out there, My Bookie has a full set of prop odds posted. For example, you can get +170 odds that Biden will call Trump a ‘racist’ during a debate.
You can also get +200 odds that Trump refers to Biden as ‘Sleepy Joe.’