US Presidential Election Odds: Individual State Electoral Votes Winner

Hillary Clinton is favored to win the election at -650 (wager $650 to win $100) over Donald Trump and the Democrats are also favored to take the Senate majority at -320.

Below you will find odds on not only the US Presidential Election, but Individual State Electoral Votes Winner. You can check the latest national polling by clicking here.

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US Presidential Election – Winner
Tue 11/81 Hillary Clinton wins Election -650
8:00AM2 Field wins Presidential Election +475
Tue 11/83 Donald Trump wins Election +500
8:00AM4 Field wins Presidential Election -700
Tue 11/85 Bernie Sanders wins Election +20000
8:00AM6 Field wins Presidential Election -60000
Tue 11/87 Paul Ryan wins Election +50000
8:00AM8 Field wins Presidential Election -150000
Tue 11/89 Mike Pence wins Election +50000
8:00AM10 Field wins Presidential Election -150000
Tue 11/811 Joe Biden wins Election +75000
8:00AM12 Field wins Presidential Election -225000
Tue 11/813 Tim Kaine wins Election +70000
8:00AM14 Field wins Presidential Election -210000
any third party winner = no action
Tue 11/831 Republican wins Presidential Election +485
8:00AM32 Democrat wins Presidential Election -670
Tue 11/833 Republican wins Presidential Election +501
8:00AM34 Democrat or third party wins -701
Tue 11/835 Democrat wins Presidential Election -640
8:00AM36 Republican or third party wins +470
Tue 11/837 Third party wins Presidential Election +10000
8:00AM38 Republican or Democrat wins -30000
US Presidential Election – Democratic Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
total electoral votes by Democratic presidential nominee
Tue 11/8117 Democratic nominee wins over 369½ votes +220
8:00AM118 Democratic nominee wins under 369½ votes -300
US Presidential Election – Republican Presidential Nominee – Electoral Votes
total electoral votes by Republican presidential nominee
Tue 11/8201 Republican nominee wins over 369½ votes +1000
8:00AM202 Republican nominee wins under 369½ votes -2000
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 11/8295 Republicans maintain Senate majority +240
8:00AM296 Republicans no longer Senate majority -320
Republican Control of Congress and White House
nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate
Tue 11/8297 Republicans control Congress & W.House +450
8:00AM298 GOP won’t control Congress & W.House -750
Democratic Control of Congress and White House
nominee elected president, controls a majority in House of Representatives, causus of 50+ in Senate
Tue 11/8299 Democrats control Congress & White House +400
8:00AM300 Dem won’t control Congress & White House -600
US Presidential Election – Individual State Electoral Votes Winner
Tue 11/8303 Republican candidate wins Alaska -460
8:00AM304 Democratic candidate wins Alaska +320
Tue 11/8305 Republican candidate wins Arizona -115
8:00AM306 Democratic candidate wins Arizona -125
Tue 11/8311 Republican candidate wins Colorado +450
8:00AM312 Democratic candidate wins Colorado -750
Tue 11/8313 Republican candidate wins Connecticut +1500
8:00AM314 Democratic candidate wins Connecticut -4500
Tue 11/8317 Republican candidate wins Florida +185
8:00AM318 Democratic candidate wins Florida -265
Tue 11/8319 Republican candidate wins Georgia -270
8:00AM320 Democratic candidate wins Georgia +190
Tue 11/8325 Republican candidate wins Illinois +1600
8:00AM326 Democratic candidate wins Illinois -4800
Tue 11/8329 Republican candidate wins Iowa -130
8:00AM330 Democratic candidate wins Iowa -110
Tue 11/8333 Republican candidate wins Kentucky -3000
8:00AM334 Democratic candidate wins Kentucky +1300
Tue 11/8335 Republican candidate wins Louisiana -3425
8:00AM336 Democratic candidate wins Louisiana +1375
Tue 11/8337 Republican candidate wins Maine +485
8:00AM338 Democratic candidate wins Maine -855
Tue 11/8343 Republican candidate wins Michigan +550
8:00AM344 Democratic candidate wins Michigan -1050
Tue 11/8345 Republican candidate wins Minnesota +520
8:00AM346 Democratic candidate wins Minnesota -960
Tue 11/8349 Republican candidate wins Missouri -585
8:00AM350 Democratic candidate wins Missouri +385
Tue 11/8353 Republican candidate wins Nebraska -2600
8:00AM354 Democratic candidate wins Nebraska +1200
Tue 11/8355 Republican candidate wins Nevada +325
8:00AM356 Democratic candidate wins Nevada -475
Tue 11/8357 Republican candidate wins New Hampshire +485
8:00AM358 Democratic candidate wins New Hampshire -855
Tue 11/8359 Republican candidate wins New Jersey +1375
8:00AM360 Democratic candidate wins New Jersey -3425
Tue 11/8361 Republican candidate wins New Mexico +950
8:00AM362 Democratic candidate wins New Mexico -1950
Tue 11/8365 Republican candidate wins North Carolina +200
8:00AM366 Democratic candidate wins North Carolina -280
Tue 11/8369 Republican candidate wins Ohio +110
8:00AM370 Democratic candidate wins Ohio -150
Tue 11/8371 Republican candidate wins Oklahoma -4800
8:00AM372 Democratic candidate wins Oklahoma +1600
Tue 11/8373 Republican candidate wins Oregon +1300
8:00AM374 Democratic candidate wins Oregon -3000
Tue 11/8375 Republican candidate wins Pennsylvania +485
8:00AM376 Democratic candidate wins Pennsylvania -855
Tue 11/8385 Republican candidate wins Texas -600
8:00AM386 Democratic candidate wins Texas +400
Tue 11/8389 Republican candidate wins Vermont +1600
8:00AM390 Democratic candidate wins Vermont -4800
Tue 11/8391 Republican candidate wins Virginia +735
8:00AM392 Democratic candidate wins Virginia -1555
Tue 11/8393 Republican candidate wins Washington +1600
8:00AM394 Democratic candidate wins Washington -4800
Tue 11/8397 Republican candidate wins Wisconsin +550
8:00AM398 Democratic candidate wins Wisconsin -1050
Tue 11/8399 Republican candidate wins Wyoming -3425
8:00AM400 Democratic candidate wins Wyoming +1375
US Senate Race – Illinois Winner
Tue 11/81027 Mark Kirk (R) wins IL election +700
6:00AM1028 Tammy Duckworth (D) wins IL election -1500
US Senate Race – North Carolina Winner
Tue 11/81055 Richard Burr (R) wins NC election -180
6:00AM1056 Deborah Ross (D) wins NC election +140
US Senate Race – Ohio Winner
Tue 11/81071 Rob Portman (R) wins OH election -2075
6:00AM1072 Ted Strickland (D) wins OH election +1025
US Senate Race – Pennsylvania Winner
Tue 11/81077 Pat Toomey (R) wins PA election +160
6:00AM1078 Kathleen McGinty (D) wins PA election -210

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