Political Betting Odds Making Traffic At Online Sportsbooks

October 2nd, 2010 – Written By Bonnie

There are currently 8 senate seats currently held by Republicans that will be voted for on November 2nd. The GOP is expecting that at least half of the seats will be retained, if not all of them. In past history seats have traditionally been retained until they are retired or resigned.
For the Republicans to regain majority they would net to net 10 senate seats. Democrats are currently defending 7 open seats and are facing tremendous opposition to keep control.

Barrack Obama has been traveling across the United States campaigning in back yards to try and re-energize the Independent and Democrat voters to re-elect the current senate seat holders. President Obama faces a tough uphill battle in doing so. There are many independents that voted for Obama in 2008 that will return to the voting ballets to cast votes against the Democratic party.

The next presidential election will take place in November of 2012, and campaigning has already began. Many questions have been raised as to how the government has been run since Obama was elected into office, and from the looks of it, he could very well be fighting for his own seat sooner than we know. Obama was elected based on the campaign promises he made during the election process and Americans are not happy with the results we have seen. The way he has handled some tragedy events has put in question his ability to do serve as president, leader of the United States. Americans will have a chance to voice their opinion in just a little over two years and it may not be the voice Obama was looking to hear.

Online sportsbooks are already letting the political action be gambled on by offering entertainment betting odds on who the next president of the United States will be. Online betting is not just limited to wagering on sports, such as the NFL, entertainment betting and political betting are some of the most active betting categories online, which is where we found our presidential betting odds. Some of the nominees will make you wonder just how hard it would be to really run the country, if celebrities could find themselves on the ballot.

Who will be elected US President in 2012?
Barack Obama    -130
Mitt Romney    +600
Haley Barbour    +2500
Sarah Palin    +1100
Hillary Clinton    +1600
Newt Gingrich    +2500
John Boehner    +2000
Joe Biden    +3300
Mike Huckabee    +1800
Tim Pawlenty    +1800
Jon Huntsman    +2800
Bobby Jindal    +2500
Bill Owens    +3300
Chuck Hagel    +3300
Fred Thompson    +3300
David Patraeus    +3300
Lindsey Graham    +4000
Rudolph Giuliani    +4000
Chuck Baldwin    +4000
Jeb Bush    +4000
Evan Bayh    +4000
Tom Ridge    +5000
Ron Paul    +5000
George Allen    +6600
Al Gore    +6600
John McCain    +6600
Condaleeza Rice    +6600
John Edwards    +6600
George Pataki    +8000
Bill Frist    +8000
Jim Webb    +10000
Kathleen Sebelius    +10000
Tim Kaine    +10000
Arnold Schwarzenegger    +10000
Sam Brownback    +10000
Janet Napolitano    +10000
John Kerry    +10000
Michael Bloomberg    +4000
Mark Warner    +10000
Caroline Kennedy    +15000
Dick Cheney    +20000
Will Smith    +25000
Paris Hilton    +25000
Laura Bush    +25000
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