Ohio General Election Betting Odds Updated
In the past, Ohio was considered to be one of the most important states in deciding who will be the next President of the United States. Ohio is still considered a must-win state for both Republican and Democrats alike. Below you will find current odds for the 2018 Ohio Midterm elections.
Odds For Mark DeWine (R) To Win Ohio Gubernatorial Election -130
Odds For Richard Cordray (D) To Win Ohio Gubernatorial Election (EVEN)
Odds For Sherrod Brown To Win The 2018 US Senator Election -2000
Odds For Jim Renacci To Win The 2018 US Senator Election +800
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Gambling Ballot Measures In Ohio For The 2018 Midterm Elections
There are currently no reformed gambling bills on the ballot for the 2018 election. It was rumored that a sports betting bill might make the ballot, but since it was just a placeholder bill, it will need more time to fully develop before it is passed or placed on the ballot for voters to decide.
2020 Ohio Presidential Primary Odds
Ohio is considered another big swing state in the presidential election. It is also a key state during the primary season because for Republicans it is a winner takes all state, and for Democrats, it simply has a large number of delegates at stake. It is presidential candidate John Kasich’s home state, which will contribute to the intrigue this state brings to the election. Historically Ohio has been highly influential in the results of the general election. Ohio’s primary is open, meaning voters can cross party lines and vote along with other influential states, including Florida, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri.
2020 Ohio Republican Primary
As mentioned, Ohio is Kasich’s home state, making it a potentially pivotal point concerning his presence in the race. Despite this, Donald Trump holds a slight lead over him in most polls with the exception of the Fox News polls that places Kasich 5 points ahead of Trump. This adds an element of risk to those who are betting on the republican side of the Ohio primary. Cruz remains considerably behind Kasich and Trump, with Rubio even further behind him. Ohio is a winner takes all state for the GOP, and offers up 66 delegates for the taking. Rubio has issued a statement urging Ohio voters to support Kasich in an effort to stop Trump from winning those 66 delegates.
State party officials have reported that many democrats and independents have crossed over to the GOP to vote for Trump, while some have also crossed over to stop Trump. Ohio is an open primary, so democrats can easily vote for a republican, and vice versa. Tuesday will certainly be a defining moment for Ohio’s influence in the presidential election.
You can find the latest odds on who will win the Republican primary here.
2020 Ohio Democratic Primary
While it doesn’t bring quite the drama that the GOP side does, the Democratic primary does have its intrigue. The fact that many Democrats are jumping ship to influence the Republican outcome may not necessarily impact the Democratic primary but may have a strong influence on the general election. 159 delegates are at stake in Ohio, and unlike the Republicans, these delegates are awarded proportionally for any candidate that exceeds the 15% threshold.
Check out this page for odds on winning the Democratic nomination.
Betting on the 2020 Ohio Presidential Primary
Betting on political events has become an extremely popular form of gambling entertainment. The 2020 presidential betting odds are in harmony with the primaries, caucuses and preference polls, and fluctuate based on the ebb and flow of the people of the United States making their voices heard. While the Democratic primary in Ohio is a pretty solid bet, the Republican primary holds more uncertainty and therefore more risk, making it a true gamble. These are the bets I love the most. They are much more exciting than the ‘sure thing’ bets, and if you guess right, they are much more lucrative as well.
Our homepage will show the most recent odds on winning the 2020 US Presidential election.
Polling locations will be available for Ohio residents as the 2020 election draws near. A photo ID is required, and voters as young as 17 years old may participate. The following links will assist voters in checking their registration status, verifying their polling location, viewing sample ballots, and gather other information for the primary day.