Vice Presidential Gambling Odds Are Out

Barring an absolutely insane event — indictment, assassination, crippling health issue — there are now three individuals who could be elected President in 2016: Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and Marco Rubio.

According to Oddsshark Hillary Clinton is a prohibitive -150 favorite to be the next president of the United States, Donald Trump is +200 and Marco Rubio is +500. No one else is less than 10-1.

But now the guys at 5Dimes are taking the political gambling game to a new level, you can gamble on who the vice presidential nominees are going to be for each party:

Here are the Republican vice presidential nominee odds:

John Kasich +230

Nikki Haley +260

Marco Rubio +470

Susana Martinez +1350 (This is New Mexico’s governor, I had to look her up).

Carly Fiorina +1450

Chris Christie +1450

Ted Cruz +1500

Rob Portman +1800 (Senator from Ohio)

Scott Walker +2500

Donald Trump +2500

And here are the Democratic vice presidential nominee odds: 

Julian Castro +255 (Secretary of Housing and Urban Development and the former mayor of San Antonio)

Tim Kaine +380 (Senator from Virginia)

Elizabeth Warren +550

Cory Booker +600 (Senator from New Jersey)

Martin O’Malley +1100

Bernie Sanders +1200

Mark Warner +1200 (Senator from Virginia)

Deval Patrick +1400 (Former governor of Massachusetts 

Written by Clay Travis

OutKick founder, host and author. He's presently banned from appearing on both CNN and ESPN because he’s too honest for both.