Democratic Primary Odds: Hillary Clinton vs. Bernie Sanders

It looks like the showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is still on hold as Bernie Sanders plans to go down fighting. Hillary Clinton is favored to win in Kentucky, California, New Jersey, New Mexico and DC and Bernie Sanders is picked by oddsmakers to win in Oregon, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. The consensus on nationwide opinion polling and bookmakers agree that Donald Trump will eventually face off with Clinton who is the current favorite to be the next President of the United States.

Below you will find odds on Republican and Democrat Vice Presidential candidates and the winner of US Presidential Election. Check the latest national polling by clicking here.

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Kentucky Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 5/17521 Hillary Clinton wins Kentucky Primary -215
6:00AM522 Field wins Kentucky Primary +165
Oregon Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 5/17531 Bernie Sanders wins Oregon Primary -350
6:00AM532 Field wins Oregon Primary +250
Montana Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 6/7431 Donald Trump wins Montana Primary -11000
6:00AM432 Field wins Montana Primary +3000
South Dakota Primary – Republican Winner
Tue 6/7461 Donald Trump wins South Dakota Primary -11000
6:00AM462 Field wins South Dakota Primary +3000
California Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/7541 Hillary Clinton wins California Primary -280
6:00AM542 Field wins California Primary +200
Montana Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/7551 Bernie Sanders wins Montana Primary -675
6:00AM552 Field wins Montana Primary +425
New Jersey Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/7561 Hillary Clinton wins New Jersey Primary -1365
6:00AM562 Field wins New Jersey Primary +655
New Mexico Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/7571 Hillary Clinton wins New Mexico Primary -305
6:00AM572 Field wins New Mexico Primary +225
North Dakota Caucus – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/7581 Bernie Sanders wins North Dakota Caucus -635
6:00AM582 Field wins North Dakota Caucus +415
South Dakota Caucus – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/7591 Bernie Sanders wins South Dakota Primary -290
6:00AM592 Field wins South Dakota Primary +210
District of Columbia Primary – Democrat Winner
Tue 6/14601 Hillary Clinton wins DC Primary -1700
6:00AM602 Field wins DC Primary +800
Democratic Presidential Nominee – Democratic National Convention
Mon 7/25801 Hillary Clinton is Democratic Nominee -2000
8:00AM802 Field wins Democratic Nomination +1250
Mon 7/25803 Bernie Sanders is Democratic Nominee +1550
8:00AM804 Field wins Democratic Nomination -3100
Mon 7/25805 Joe Biden is Democratic Nominee +3000
8:00AM806 Field wins Democratic Nomination -7000
US Presidential Election – Winner
Tue 11/8101 Hillary Clinton wins Election -255
8:00AM102 Field wins Presidential Election +215
Tue 11/8103 Donald Trump wins Election +270
8:00AM104 Field wins Presidential Election -330
Tue 11/8105 Bernie Sanders wins Election +2500
8:00AM106 Field wins Presidential Election -5000
Tue 11/8107 Joe Biden wins Election +5500
8:00AM108 Field wins Presidential Election -13500
Tue 11/8191 Republican wins Presidential Election +250
8:00AM192 Democrat wins Presidential Election -300
US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
total electoral votes by Democratic presidential nominee
Tue 11/8193 Democratic nominee wins over 369½ votes +170
8:00AM194 Democratic nominee wins under 369½ votes -230
US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
total electoral votes by Republican presidential nominee
Tue 11/8195 Republican nominee wins over 369½ votes +325
8:00AM196 Republican nominee wins under 369½ votes -475
US Senators at the beginning of the 115th Congress
US Senators who caucus with Republicans at least 50 if Republican president elected, at least 51 otherwise
Tue 11/8201 Republicans maintain Senate majority +145
8:00AM202 Republicans no longer Senate majority -185
Republican Control of Congress and White House
nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate
Tue 11/8203 Republicans control Congress & W.House +230
8:00AM204 GOP won’t control Congress & W.House -310
Democratic Control of Congress and White House
nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate
Tue 11/8205 Democrats control Congress & White House +325
8:00AM206 Dem won’t control Congress & White House -475

*odds via 5Dimes

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