Who Will Clinton and Trump Pick as Vice President?

As the presidential campaign rolls into the summer months and the conventions loom closer and closer, odds are out for the biggest decision remaining for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump — who will each candidate select as their vice presidential nominee?

Our friends at OddsSharks have the offshore odds. 

First, for Hillary Clinton:

Tim Kaine +225
Elizabeth Warren +325
Julian Castro +550
Tom Perez +1200
Bernie Sanders +1600
John Hickenlooper +1600
Cory Booker +1600
Sherrod Brown +1600
Mark Warner +2000
Amy Klobuchar +2000
Martin O’Malley +2500

And how about Donald Trump:

Jeff Sessions +250
Newt Gingrich +400
Chris Christie +800
John Kasich +1000
Joni Ernst +1200
Bob Corker +1400
Susanna Martinez +1600
Scott Brown +2000
Ben Carson +2000
Jan Brewer +2500
Mary Fallin +2500
Mia Love +2500

 

Interestingly, there is only one name on Trump’s list that could potentially swing a state — John Kasich, the governor of Ohio. (Although, arguably, Susanna Martinez, the governor of New Mexico, could push New Mexico to Trump). For her part Hillary Clinton only has two names on her list, Tim Kaine and Mark Warner, both the governors from Virginia, who are in a toss-up state.

So if the offshore odds are correct, it looks like there won’t be much electoral college math factoring into the vice presidential selection.

Hope y’all have great weekends.  

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.