2022 Governor Races Take Over Vegas Election Betting Boards

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Another day, another dollar.

Of inflation.

And to make matters worse, with the German election odds off the international political betting boards, there’s precious little to bet on at the moment.

That’ll surely change over the course of the week as new intrigue makes its way to the sportsbooks, but for now, there’s not a lot of action to be had at the best Vegas election betting sites.

As a result, we figured it’d be a good time to highlight some of the more mundane US fare you can wager on as the boards start to fill up with odds for the various 2022 races scheduled for next November.

As usual, BetOnline is the most on the ball with the following gubernatorial betting odds, even if their impeachment betting lines and indictment odds are a bit on the nose.

2022 US Governor Races

Via BetOnline Sportsbook

Arizona Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Republican -275
  • Democrat +185

The fix won’t be quite so coordinated for the AZ governor election, as there’s comparatively little national funding for the race.

That’s why a state that elected Joe Biden to office as President of the United States is strongly favored to elect a Republican as governor.

Just kidding.

Arizona clearly didn’t vote for Inflation Joe.

Georgia Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Republican -140
  • Democrat +100

Barring any evacuated polling stations and suitcases full of ballots for the DNC’s candidate, the GOP should win in Georgia.

Not that it matters, the filthy turncoats.

Michigan Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Democrat -180
  • Republican +140

If Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) hasn’t been sent packing already, the state is immune to common sense governance.

Maybe there’ll be another phony kidnap plot to ramp up her street cred before November next year.

Keep an ear out for Big Gretch’s new rap album.

Nevada Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Democrat -275
  • Republican +185

In the home of Sin City, it’s Democrats all the way.

New Jersey Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Democrat -330
  • Republican +900

Nobody cares about New Jersey. Not even the best online election betting sites.

(We kid, we kid. We all love Jersey. It’s just that the best overseas sportsbooks can’t currently accept bettors from the state.)

New York Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Democrat -3300
  • Republican +900

Maybe the next Democratic governor of NY won’t resign in shame.

But probably not.

Pennsylvania Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Democrat -180
  • Republican +140

Trump won PA handily, so a GOP gubernatorial win isn’t out of the question.

It really all depends on the voting machines.

Texas Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Republican -500
  • Democrat +300


Virginia Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Democrat -650
  • Republican +375

Patrick Henry was the first governor of Virginia.

Let that sink in for a minute.

Wisconsin Governor Odds – Winning Party

  • Republican -130
  • Democrat -110

Save your cheddar for better payouts.

Georgia Governor Odds – Republican Primary

  • Brian Kemp -140
  • Vernon Jones +225    
  • David Perdue +350    
  • Kelly Loeffler +3300 
  • Kandiss Taylor +5000 
  • Ames Barnett +10000  
  • Herschel Walker +10000    
  • Marjorie Taylor Greene +10000

It’s still a bit early to make a really informed wager, here.

Primary odds are always more difficult to gauge than general election futures in non-federal races.

Hold off until the picture gets a bit clearer.  

New York Governor Odds – Democratic Primary Winner

  • Kathy Hochul -175    
  • Letitia James +175   
  • Jumaane Williams +2000    
  • Tom DiNapoli +2500   
  • Alessandra Biaggi +3300   
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +5000  
  • Bill De Blasio +5000 
  • Kirsten Gillibrand +5000  
  • Andrew Cuomo +6600   
  • Laura Curran +10000  
  • Mike Gianaris +10000 
  • Steve Bellone +10000 
  • Hillary Clinton +25000    
  • Andrew Yang +30000   
  • Scott Stringer +30000

One stinking criminal is as good as another.

2021 Joe Biden Presidential Mental Fitness Test Update

Will Joe Biden complete his first term as US President?

  • Yes -175 (-175)
  • No +135 (+135)

At this point, the question isn’t whether or not Biden will complete his first term (he won’t), it’s whether or not you will.

$5 gas and $10 meat.


Year That Joe Biden Exits Office

  • 2025 +110(+110)
  • 2022 +400 (+400)
  • Not Before 2026 +400 (+400)
  • 2021 +550 (+550)
  • 2023 +750 (+750)
  • 2024 +1400 (+1400)

2022, 2023, and/or 2024. We like equal money on all three.

Will Joe Biden leave office via impeachment?

  • No -1200 (-1200)
  • Yes +500 (+500)


Joe Biden Approval Rating On October 1, 2021

  • Over 45.5% -140 (46% -140)
  • Under 45.5% +100 (46% +100)

Basement Joe’s average approval rating represents the basement low for any sitting President in recent history, and this is despite Democrat-friendly polling PR firms openly cooking the books in his favor.

Nevertheless, take the over if you haven’t already.