All Betting Odds ahead of the 2018 Midterm Elections

Will it be a Blue Wave or a Red Tsunami?

No one knows, but one thing is for certain: You aren’t short of betting options prior to this year’s midterms.

Bovada sportsbook has updated and released new betting lines ahead of the 2018 Midterm Election on Tuesday, Nov. 6th, including odds on outcome in Congress individual gubernatorial, U.S. House, and U.S. Senate races.

Today, the sports betting site posted new political prop odds that include bets on which state will have the closest race for U.S. Senate and how many female senators and representatives will the country have after the midterms.

Below are all the betting lines currently listed on the political betting section at Bovada. You can see Bovada’s current odds and place a bet on the 2018 Midterm Elections here, and so you can stay up-to-date with any changes in any of the betting lines.

2018 US House of Representatives Election – Majority Outcome

Democratic Majority -300
Republican Majority +200
No Overall Majority +10000

2018 US Senate Election – Majority Outcome

Republican Majority -450
Democratic Majority +800
No Overall Majority +500

2018 Midterms Election – Exact Outcome

Democratic House / GOP Senate -195
GOP House / GOP Senate +200
Democratic House / Democratic Senate +850
GOP House / Democratic Senate +10000

2018 Midterms Election – Top Florida Statewide Vote Getter

Andrew Gillum +115
Bill Nelson +200
Rick Scott +250
Ron DeSantis +750

2018 US Senate Election – Closest Race

Nevada +300
Florida +400
Arizona +500
Missouri +500
Indiana +500
Texas +850
Tennessee +900
Montana +1500

2018 US Senate Election – Exact Republican Senate Seats After Midterms

60 Or More +1000
59 +2500
58 +1500
57 +1000
56 +900
55 +750
54 +550
53 +550
52 +500
51 +450
50 +700
49 Or Less +800

How many female US Representatives will there be at the beginning of the 116th Congress?

110 Or More +125
105-109 +400
100-104 +375
95-99 +400
90-94 +750
85-89 +2000
84 Or Fewer +2500

How many female US Senators will there be at the beginning of the 116th Congress?

25 Or More +175
24 +150
23 +200
22 +800
21 Or Less +1000

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

Nancy Pelosi -200
Jim Jordan +650
Kevin McCarthy +275
Steve Scalise +2000
James Clyburn +5000
Field +500

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Alaska

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

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Colorado

Jared Polis (D) -1600
Walker Stapleton (R) +750

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Connecticut

Ned Lamont (D) -400
Bob Stefanowski (R) +300

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Illinois

JB Pritzker (D) -1200
Bruce Rauner (R) +650

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Iowa

Fred Hubbell (D) -130
Kim Reynolds (R) EVEN

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Kansas

Kris Kobach (R) -145
Laura Kelly (D) +115

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Maine

Janet Mills (D) -1200
Shawn Moody (R) +650

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Michigan

Gretchen Whitmer (D) -1400
Bill Schuette (R) +700

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Minnesota

Tim Walz (D) -900
Jeff Johnson (R) +550

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Nevada

Alex Laxalt (R) EVEN
Steve Sisolak (D) -130

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – New Mexico

Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) -2000
Steve Pearce (R) +800

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Ohio

Mike DeWine (R) +130
Richard Cordray (D) -160

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Oregon

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

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – South Dakota

Kristi Noem (R) -175
Billie Sutton (D) +145

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Wisconsin

Tony Evers (D) -160
Scott Walker (R) +130

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Florida

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

2018 US Gubernatorial Election Winner – Georgia

Brian Kemp (R) -190
Stacey Abrams (D) +155

2018 US House of Representatives Election Winner – California 50th

Duncan Hunter (R) -400
Ammar Campa-Najjar (D) +300

2018 US House of Representatives Election Winner – Iowa 4th

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

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

Chris Collins (R) -350
Nate McMurray (D) +275

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Arizona

Martha McSally (R) -130
Kyrsten Sinema (D) EVEN

2018 US Senate Election Winner – California

Dianne Feinstein (D) -3000
Field +900

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Florida

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

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Indiana

Joe Donnelly (D) -165
Mike Braun (R) +135

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Michigan

Debbie Stabenow (D) -1400
John James (R) +700

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Minnesota Special Election

Tina Smith (D) -1200
Karin Housley (R) +650

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Missouri

Claire McCaskill (D) -105
Josh Hawley (R) -125

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Montana

Jon Tester (D) -260
Matt Rosendale (R) +200

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Nevada

Dean Heller (R) +135
Jacky Rosen (D) -165

2018 US Senate Election Winner – New Jersey

Bob Menendez (D) -700
Bob Hugin (R) +475

2018 US Senate Election Winner – North Dakota

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

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Ohio

Sherrod Brown (D) -2000
Jim Renacci (R) +800

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Tennessee

Marsha Blackburn (R) -450
Phil Bredesen (D) +325

2018 US Senate Election Winner – West Virginia

Joe Manchin (D) -450
Patrick Morrisey (R) +325

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Wisconsin

Tammy Baldwin (D) -4000
Leah Vukmir (R) +1000

2018 US Senate Election Winner – Texas

Ted Cruz (R) -400
Beto O’Rourke (D) +300
All wagers have action

What will the vote margin be in the 2018 Texas US Senate race?

0%-1.9% +250
2%-3.9% +250
4%-5.9% +350
6%-7.9% +500
8%-9.9% +800
10%-11.9% +1000
12% Or More +1000

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