2024 Presidential Candidates and Party Affiliation Mark Cuban – 2024 Presidential Candidate Odds

Mark Cuban – 2024 Presidential Candidate Odds

Mark Cuban

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Presidential Election Odds: Bovada

  • Kamala Harris +400
  • Joe Biden +450
  • Donald Trump Sr. +500
  • Ron DeSantis +1000
  • Nikki Haley +2000
  • Mike Pence +2500
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +3000
  • Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson +3300
  • Michelle Obama +3300
  • Cory Booker +4000
  • Elizabeth Warren +4000
  • John Kasich +4000
  • Pete Buttigieg +4000
  • Ted Cruz +4000
  • Amy Klobuchar +5000
  • Andrew Cuomo +5000
  • Dan Crenshaw +5000
  • Donald Trump Jr. +5000
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Who Is Mark Cuban?

Mark Cuban is the 61-year-old owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, co-owner of 2929 Entertainment, and chairman of AXS TV. He is also the main star of the popular “Shark Tank” television series, and he has an estimated net worth of $4.3 billion.

Cuban got his start as an entrepreneur and investor, hitting it big with the selloff of Broadcast.com to Yahoo in 1999. When he purchased the Mavs in 2000, he quickly rose in notoriety thanks to his firebrand business ethics, off-the-cuff comments, and general “bad boy of the NBA” vibe. He parlayed that into bonafide celebrity status, and over the last several years, he has become more involved in political commentary. His recent political comments has landed him among the growing list of Presidential candidates in 2024.

Voter Base

Voter Base IconThere is no telling what Mark Cuban’s voter base would be, but based on his general status and the groups he seems to appeal to, Cuban could attract the following:

  • Never Trumpers
  • Establishment Republicans
  • Centrists/Undecided Voters
  • Basketball Fans
  • African American Voters

Why Are There Mark Cuban Presidential Election Odds?

Odds IconMark Cuban has always danced around the idea of a political career, similarly to how current President Donald Trump did for much of his business life in the private sector. In 2017, Cuban said that if he ever ran for President, it would be as a Republican.

However, there weren’t odds available until mid-April of 2020, simply because Cuban finally gave the idea more credence in a widely circulated April 12 interview on “Fox News Sunday.” In that interview, Cuban was asked about a potential POTUS bid, and he said he is considering the reality now more than ever.

“Hey, unique circumstances, you just never know … I never would have considered it prior to a month ago, but now things are changing rapidly and dramatically. … [But running for President is] not something that I’m actively pursuing. I’m just keeping the door open. … As it is today, I’d say probably…it’s not going to happen.

But again, so much can change. You just never know. This is not something we’ve seen before. This is obviously a unique set of circumstances and so I’m just not going to say no. You just don’t know what can happen between now and November.”

And with that, legal election betting sites have posted Mark Cuban odds you can wager on right now!

Odds For Mark Cuban To Win The 2020 Presidential Election

Odds Via BetOnline

Donald Trump +150*
Joe Biden -180*
Mike Pence +6000*
Hillary Clinton +2500*
Michelle Obama +3300*
Nikki Haley +15000*
Mark Cuban +30000 *

*(Odds from Apr. 2020)

Proposition Bets

Will Mark Cuban run in the 2020 Election?

  • No -700*
  • Yes +400*

*(Odds from Apr. 2020)

Can I Bet On Mark Cuban Now?

Yes, you can! Currently, BetOnline is offering odds on Cuban’s chances to become the 46th President of the United States of America. And while he’s the longest shot on the board, he’s seen plenty of half-court desperation heaves go in – and if this one does, the payout would be absolutely massive. Still, there’s no guarantee Cuban will run, which is part of why his odds are so long.

What The Current Political Odds Say About Cuban’s Chance To Win In 2020

Honestly, they don’t tell us much right now, simply because Cuban hasn’t announced his candidacy. He’s got the lowest odds of anyone on the boards, and that will continue to be true until such a time as he makes a formal announcement and shows that he can be a credible challenger to Donald Trump – or, more likely, a credible third-party candidate, given that Trump has the GOP nomination all but wrapped up.

Mark Cuban’s Chances To Become President Based On Prediction Markets

There is no prediction market data currently available for Mark Cuban in the context of a Presidential run. If he “keeps the door open” for a few more weeks, those markets will start to track his odds, and we will include their reports here.

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In His Own Words

“Work like there is someone working twenty-four hours a day to take it all away from you.” – Mark Cuban

Mark Cuban’s Political Policies

Policy IconCuban doesn’t have a defined set of expressed political policies, but he has discussed his admiration for Ayn Rand, who was an avowed libertarian. However, Cuban also claimed that paying more taxes is the “most patriotic thing someone can do.”

This would seem to put him firmly in the camp of the establishment on either side, but his residual libertarianism would align him more closely with Republicans than Democrats. That said, Cuban endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016 and could be eying a third party run in 2020.

Cuban is also an advocate of the US armed forces, establishing the Fallen Patriot Fund in concert with the Mark Cuban Foundation. Ultimately, Cuban’s politics can be summed up in one word: “contradictory.”

Which is a pretty good indicator that he’s politician material!


Experience IconCuban has no political experience to speak of, but as an entrepreneur, NBA owner, and TV personality, he has a tremendous amount of experience as a manager in highly competitive environments. How this would translate to leadership on the world stage, nobody knows.

On the other hand, a guy with a similar background won the presidency in 2016 and seems to be pretty adept at the gig, at least according to his massive voter base, strong polling numbers, and 2024 Presidential betting odds.


Education IconMark Cuban was born in Pittsburgh, PA, on July 31, 1958. Cuban forewent his senior year in high school to enroll in the University of Pittsburgh, and after one year of that, he transferred to Indiana University. In 1981, Cuban graduated from the Kelley School of Business with a BS in Management.

Civic Work

Aside from his ventures with the Mark Cuban Foundation and the Fallen Patriot Fund, Cuban is famous for getting massive fines from the NBA and matching those fines dollar-for-dollar in contributions to various social programs and charities.

Cuban is also a regular donor to his alma mater, Indian University, recently giving the school a $5 million grant for the construction of the Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology.

Mark Cuban’s Views On Gambling And Sports Betting

Gambling IconMark Cuban, as owner of the Dallas Mavericks, is a big fan of sports betting. When the Supreme Court overturned PASPA in 2018, Cuban lauded the decision, declaring that it greatly increased his NBA franchise’s value. Per Cuban on the momentous decision:

“I think everybody who owns a top four professional sports team just basically saw the value of their team double, at least. … It could finally become fun to go to a baseball game again. You know, all that down time. A basketball game, football, it’s easy to see how you’ll have fun at the arena, at the stadium, and while you’re watching it, whether it’s online, on traditional TV. … I think this is something that benefits everybody.”

How Much Can I Win If I Bet On Mark Cuban?

At his current betting odds of +15000, if you bet $100 on Mark Cuban to become President in 2020, you’d win $15,000. However, Cuban has indicated that he will likely not formally run, which is why the odds are so long.

If Cuban announces his candidacy, you will see those odds dramatically shorten, albeit they’d still be tempered by the fact that barring disaster in the Trump administration, Cuban would likely be a third-party candidate.

Top 5 Reasons Mark Cuban Could Become President

  1. Mark Cuban is a well-known celebrity with a large presence in an industry that is implicitly “inclusive” and “diverse.” In other words, Cuban could attract the African American vote in a way that very few Caucasian politicians or celebrities – or Republicans – can.
  2. Cuban is a centrist with a libertarian bent. He supports big business and big government, which would give him lots of appeal in the middle, but he is not outspoken against any pet Democrat policies. He is also a Second Amendment revisionist, which both parties seem to support.
  3. He’s a businessman. Donald Trump showed that people respect business acumen in politics – not just political acumen. As someone “cut from the same cloth” as Trump, Cuban could tout his business bona fides in an accessible way (unlike, say, Mini Mike Bloomberg).
  4. He’s not a politician. While Cuban no doubt has had to play politics in the industries where he’s been so successful, he has never held public office, and that – today more than ever – seems to be something that voters respect. Cuban’s private sector success speaks for itself, and it could speak to voters.
  5. He can debate. Right now, Donald Trump is king in the debate world, and presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden is in for an uphill battle on the stage against him in the fall. But if Cuban runs as a Republican, he could actually hold his own against Trump and win voters over by the simple fact that he probably won’t wilt in the face of Trump’s hardnosed debate tactics.

The One Reason Mark Cuban Will Not Be President In 2020

  1. Donald Trump is the GOP nominee.

Cuban – to make any sort of actual attempt at winning office – would have to run as a third-party candidate. No third-party candidate has ever come close to winning a US Presidential election, and Cuban is not going to beat Donald Trump – or the Democratic nominee – on such a ticket.

However, Cuban could play spoiler for the DNC, siphoning off enough votes from Trump to give Biden – or any other Democratic candidate – an edge in battleground states.

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