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Nebraska was coming in at -1600 for the sitting US President Donald Trump to win. Former Vice President Joe Biden pays $1200 on a $100 bet.
The state could end up being a deciding factor in this year's election.
Maine and Nebraska both use an alternative method of distributing their electoral votes, called the Congressional District Method. Currently, these two states are the only two in the union that diverge from the traditional winner-take-all method of electoral vote allocation.
Because of this there is one district that could go towards Biden, that being the area around that state's biggest city, Omaha.
The winner of each district is awarded one electoral vote, and the winner of the state-wide vote is then awarded the state's remaining two electoral votes. Therefore, from a betting perspective, Trump remains a heavy favorite.
Those living here will likely want to place bet on competitive swing states the likes of Florida, North Carolina, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, New Hampshire, Maine, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, even Texas.
And of course, there is the ultimate winner of the Electoral College, a much more competitive race. On average, following the Conventions, Trump and Biden were each around -115 to win.
- Gilbert Horowitz, Gambling911.com
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