2008 Presidential Odds (01-16-2008)
Thursday, 17 January 2008 05:35
Do politics bore you to death? Why not spice it up by taking a little action on the 2008 presidential odds. Hitting the research room to try to find the candidate that you think will be the next president of the United States just might help you find who you are voting for in the process. Sportsbook.com has up to the minute betting odds for the 2008 presidential elections which are listed by Jeff Alexander below.
Hillary Clinton has been the surprising favorite to step into the presidency throughout the race and remains so currently despite a rough early go in the Iowa caucus. She bounced back with a win in the New Hampshire primary as she continues her quest toward history. A win in the northeast makes us wonder if she'll rule a region with lots of population. Her weeping tactics didn't appear to this handicapper to be the best way to go, however. You can bet Hillary at Sportsbook.com at 7-5 odds.
Barack Obama is right on Hillary's tail at 2-1 odds according to the oddsmakers. He proved victorious at the Iowa caucus and has been compared to the powerful Martin Luther King Jr. when he speaks.
With a win in the Republican Party at the New Hampshire primary, John McCain is among the favorites as well at 7-2 odds. Long shot lovers who have done their homework might be ready to back Rudi Giuliani at 8-1 odds, Mike Huckabee, the Republican Iowa caucus winner at 10-1 odds, and Mitt Romney at 15-1 odds. You also can't rule out Ron Paul sitting at 30-1, Ron Paul's money raising abilities has kept him in the limelight. Ron Paul recently finished ahead of Giuliani and Thompson in the Michigan Republican primary.
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2008 Presidential Odds:
- Al Gore - 5-1
- Barack Obama - 2-1
- Dennis Kucinich - 250-1
- Duncan Hunter - 250-1
- Fred Thompson - 50-1
- Hillary Clinton - 7-5
- John Edwards - 30-1
- John McCain - 7-2
- Michael Bloomberg - 5-1
- Mike Gravel - 250-1
- Mike Huckabee - 10-1
- Mitt Romney - 15-1
- Ron Paul - 30-1
- Rudy Giuliani - 8-1
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Last Updated ( Thursday, 17 January 2008 05:41 )