Say It Ain’t So! Andrew Cuomo Odds Tank On News Of Sex Scandals

andrew cuomo sex scandal

Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear.

Well, well, well.

And so on.

It only took New Yorkers about a decade into Andrew Cuomo’s lawless dominion over the state to realize the guy’s a creep and a scumbag.

But despite ordering elderly, infirm, COVID-infected New Yorkers to congregate among one other for the duration of the pandemic (presumably in order to lead the nation in coronavirus deaths per capita so he could sell a book about leadership during trying times) – and earning the Trump nickname “Andrew Coma” for the effort – that’s not what’s sinking Cuomo.

Instead, the real issue – an issue more important than life itself (if you’re a woke idiot living in the Empire State) – is that Cuomo has been exposed as a serial groper and inappropriate comment maker.


Obviously, that’s a bridge much too far.

And with Joe Biden et al. calling for Cuomo’s ouster, legal online betting sites with Vegas election odds have moved the lines significantly in favor of Gotham pressing the reset on this pretend mafioso.

Even Cuomo’s brother Fredo over at CNN isn’t running interference for him this time around.

So with all that in mind, here’s where Andrew Cuomo’s betting odds currently stand today, with his previous odds in parentheses (where applicable):

Current Andrew Cuomo Betting Odds

Via BetOnline Sportsbook

2022 New York Gubernatorial Primary Winner – Democratic Candidate

  • Letitia James -250   
  • Kathy Hochul +425    
  • Andrew Cuomo +850    
  • Jumaane Williams +1100    
  • Alessandra Biaggi +2800   
  • Kirsten Gillibrand +3500  
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +6600  
  • Laura Curran +6600   
  • Mike Gianaris +6600  
  • Bill De Blasio +10000
  • Steve Bellone +10000 
  • Tom DiNapoli +12500  
  • Hillary Clinton +25000    
  • Andrew Yang +30000   
  • Scott Stringer +30000

Before today, this line didn’t exist. Cuomo was largely viewed as a sure thing if he were to run again.

Now that’s changed, and even though he’s sitting in third place on the preliminary totem pole behind two people nobody ever heard of, Cuomo is destined to slip even further in the coming weeks.

If you think NY will reelect this clown in spite of himself (and in spite of itself), you should probably wait a few more days before pulling the trigger.  

Andrew Cuomo to be Governor on Dec 31, 2021?

  • No -700   
  • Yes +400  

We’ve seen this line before, but not since mid-2020 during the CUOMO-19 nursing home debacle.

Back then, however, he was favored to win reelection as NY governor. Now, at least according to bettors, the writing’s on the wall.

Of course, Cuomo has said he won’t resign, so if he’s bounced before 2022, it’ll be the result of impeachment.

And when that happens, you can be sure there’ll be plenty of impeachment odds and associated political prop bets to choose from.

2024 US Presidential Election – Democratic Nominee Odds

  • Joe Biden +110 
  • Kamala Harris +200   
  • Pete Buttigieg +1000 
  • Amy Klobuchar +1600  
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +2000  
  • Beto O’Rourke +2000  
  • Elisabeth Warren +2000    
  • Michelle Obama +2500 
  • Cory Booker +3300    
  • Bernie Sanders +4000 
  • Hillary Clinton +5000
  • Sherrod Brown +5000  
  • Gretchen Whitmer +6600    
  • Michael Bloomberg +6600   
  • Stacey Abrams +6600  
  • Val Demings +6600    
  • Tulsi Gabbard +10000 
  • Andrew Yang +15000   
  • Kirsten Gillibrand +15000 
  • Michael Bennet +15000
  • Andrew Cuomo +30000 (+1600)
  • Deval Patrick +30000 
  • Tammy Baldwin +30000 
  • Tammy Duckworth +30000    

During the 2020 election cycle, before the field of potential candidates was narrowed down, Cuomo was regularly trending in the middle of the pack, even as he never declared his candidacy.

Bettors and pundits alike thought he might jump in at any time (a la Daddy Bloombucks).

Even after the election, Cuomo’s name was featured prominently atop the 2024 Presidential candidate odds boards.

Now, at +30000 odds to win the nod, he’s at the bottom of the pack, tied with some nobody and couple of Tammys.

Odds to Win the 2024 Presidential Election

  • Joe Biden +300 
  • Kamala Harris +400   
  • Donald Trump Sr. +600
  • Ron DeSantis +900    
  • Nikki Haley +1600    
  • Mike Pence +2500
  • Pete Buttigieg +2500 
  • Amy Klobuchar +3300  
  • Jeff Bezos +3300
  • Kristi Noem +3300    
  • Mike Pompeo +3300    
  • Tucker Carlson +3300 
  • Beto O’Rourke +4000  
  • Elizabeth Warren +4000    
  • Ivanka Trump +4000   
  • Michelle Obama +4000 
  • Ted Cruz +4000 
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez +5000  
  • Liz Cheney +5000
  • Mark Cuban +5000
  • Candace Owens +6600  
  • Dan Crenshaw +6600   
  • Donald Trump Jr. +6600    
  • Dwayne Johnson +6600 
  • Gretchen Whitmer +6600    
  • Josh Hawley +6600    
  • Marco Rubio +6600    
  • Tim Scott +6600
  • Tom Cotton +6600
  • Cory Booker +8000    
  • Bernie Sanders +10000
  • + A Whole Bunch More
  • Andrew Cuomo +50000 (+6000)
  • + More (But All At +50000)

One day to the next, Cuomo’s 2024 Presidential election odds dropped by 44,000 points at BetOnline.

As far as gamblers are concerned, he’s effectively out of consideration altogether.

Interestingly, while BetOnline has updated its odds to reflect the current scandal embroiling Cuomo in NY, Bovada has fallen asleep at the wheel.

For his odds to win the Democratic nomination in 2024, Bovada’s got Cuomo sitting at +6000, while he’s pulling +5000 odds to win the election outright.

Naturally, if you think he has a chance at either, you’ll want to get your bets in at BetOnline instead of Bovada, as the payouts are astronomically higher.

That said, Bovada will likely change their lines to reflect the New Normal™ in New York, but right now, you can really see the edge bettors can get when line shopping between competing Vegas election betting venues.

Let that be a lesson to you!