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Betting Odds for the 2018 Midterm Elections

In less than a week, voters from around the country will decide which candidates will be elected to congress and as governor of his or her state.

And who will win bets placed on this election, of course.

On Tuesday, Nov. 6th, the 2018 Midterm Elections will determine the next governor in several states, and the members of both the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Bovada has put out multiple betting lines with odds on all the most important races.

Bovada 2018 Midterm Election Odds

The odds from Bovada on this year’s general election feature a few betting lines on which party will gain control of the Congress in addition to several vital individual Governor, House, and Senate races for both the Republicans and Democrats.

The current odds favor the Democrats gaining control of the U.S. House of Representatives, but the Republicans are the favorite to keep control of the U.S. Senate.

The results from this election will have a major impact on the 2020 Presidential Election and will likely affect the chances of President Donald Trump getting re-elected after the ballots are officially counted after the polls begin closing across the country on Tuesday.

All wagers below have action at the time of writing, but the betting lines have different times for being taken off the board. Be sure to check on the closing time for each of the 45 available betting lines here, and place your wagers accordingly so you don’t miss out on cashing in on the results from the 2018 Midterm Elections.

 

2018 US House of Representatives Election – Majority Outcome

  • Democratic Majority -280
  • Republican Majority +185
  • No Overall Majority +10000

 

2018 US Senate Election – Majority Outcome

  • Republican Majority -500
  • Democratic Majority +650
  • No Overall Majority +575

 

Who will be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives?

  • Nancy Pelosi -150
  • Jim Jordan +300
  • Kevin McCarthy +300
  • Steve Scalise +2000
  • James Clyburn +5000
  • Field +500

 

2018 Midterms Election – Exact Outcome

  • Democratic House / GOP Senate -170
  • GOP House / GOP Senate +180
  • Democratic House / Democratic Senate +750
  • GOP House / Democratic Senate +10000

 

2018 US Senate Election – Exact Republican Senate Seats After Midterms

  • 60 Or More +1000
  • 59 +2000
  • 58 +1500
  • 57 +1250
  • 56 +750
  • 55 +650
  • 54 +500
  • 53 +450
  • 52 +600
  • 51 +600
  • 50 +700
  • 49 Or Less +700

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Alaska

  • Mike Dunleavy (R) -280
  • Mark Begich (D) +220

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Colorado

  • Jared Polis (D) -1200
  • Walker Stapleton (R) +650

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Illinois

  • JB Pritzker (D) -2000
  • Bruce Rauner (R) +800

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Iowa

  • Fred Hubbell (D) -270
  • Kim Reynolds (R) +210

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Kansas

  • Kris Kobach (R) -170
  • Laura Kelly (D) +140

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Maine

  • Janet Mills (D) -700
  • Shawn Moody (R) +475

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Michigan

  • Gretchen Whitmer (D) -1000
  • Bill Schuette (R) +600

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Minnesota

  • Tim Walz (D) -1400
  • Jeff Johnson (R) +700

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Nevada

  • Alex Laxalt (R) -110
  • Steve Sisolak (D) -120

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – New Mexico

  • Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) -1400
  • Steve Pearce (R) +700

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Ohio

  • Mike DeWine (R) -120
  • Richard Cordray (D) -110

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Oregon

  • Kate Brown (D) -400
  • Knute Buehler (R) +300

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – South Dakota

  • Kristi Noem (R) -280
  • Billie Sutton (D) +220

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Wisconsin

  • Tony Evers (D) -155
  • Scott Walker (R) +125

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Florida

  • Andrew Gillum (D) -220
  • Ron DeSantis (R) +180

 

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Georgia

  • Brian Kemp (R) -155
  • Stacey Abrams (D) +125

 

2018 US House of Representatives Election Winner – California 50th

  • Duncan Hunter (R) -300
  • Ammar Campa-Najjar (D) +240

 

2018 US House of Representatives Election Winner – Iowa 4th

  • Steve King (R) -800
  • D. Scholten (D) +500

 

2018 US House of Representatives Election Winner – New York 27th

  • Chris Collins (R) -300
  • Nate McMurray (D) +240

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Arizona

  • Martha McSally (R) -110
  • Kyrsten Sinema (D) -120

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – California

  • Dianne Feinstein (D) -5000
  • Field +1200

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Florida

  • Bill Nelson (D) -175
  • Rick Scott (R) +145

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Michigan

  • Debbie Stabenow (D) -900
  • John James (R) +550

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Minnesota Special Election

  • Tina Smith (D) -900
  • Karin Housley (R) +550

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Mississippi Special Election

  • Cindy Hyde-Smith (R) -700
  • Chris McDaniel (R) +1000
  • Mike Espy (D) +600

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Missouri

  • Claire McCaskill (D) EVEN
  • Josh Hawley (R) -130

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Montana

  • Jon Tester (D) -350
  • Matt Rosendale (R) +275

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Nevada

  • Dean Heller (R) EVEN
  • Jacky Rosen (D) -130

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – New Jersey

  • Bob Menendez (D) -550
  • Bob Hugin (R) +375

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – North Dakota

  • Heidi Heitkamp (D) +350
  • Kevin Cramer (R) -500

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Ohio

  • Sherrod Brown (D) -1400
  • Jim Renacci (R) +700

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Tennessee

  • Marsha Blackburn (R) -500
  • Phil Bredesen (D) +350

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – West Virginia

  • Joe Manchin (D) -600
  • Patrick Morrisey (R) +400


2018 US Senate Election Winner – Wisconsin

  • Tammy Baldwin (D) -2000
  • Leah Vukmir (R) +800

 

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Texas

  • Ted Cruz (R) -500
  • Beto O’Rourke (D) +350

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