Republican Candidate Odds For US Presidential Election 2024

In this post you can find the latest Republican candidate odds for the 2024 US Presidential Election with a familiar name leading the betting.

Republican Candidate Odds – US Presidential Election

Donald Trump 4/9

Back again and back with a vengeance? Surely not? Donald Trump was first elected as the 45th President of the United States of America after a surprise election win over Hillary Clinton who seemed certain to become the first female President in US history.

The victory sent shockwaves across the globe and drew a polarising reaction from the masses. Following his inauguration on January 20th, 2017, during his four years in office Trump cut a divisive figure in the White House. Many criticised his brash outspoken and erratic demeanour during his time in office with others crediting him for his “straight talking” and “honest” style.

During his time in office, he averaged an approval rating of 41% reaching a high point of 49% and a low point of 34% before he left office in January 2021. Trump was ousted as president by Joe Biden in November 2020 in a tight election race, where both candidates received more votes than any other U.S. presidential candidate in history.

This election was controversial also with Trump claiming that election fraud occurred with the mail-in ballot voting process. Many asked whether Trump would fight again in 2024 and on November 15, 2022, he announced his candidacy for the 2024 election he is currently 4/9 to receive the Republican Nomination for 2024.

Ron DeSantis 5/2

Ron DeSantis is an American politician and member of the Republican Party. He is most well-known for his position as Governor of Florida which is an office he has held since January 2019. DeSantis is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and he has some seriously impressive educational credentials as he has graduated from both Yale University and Harvard Law School.

Ron arguably also offers perspective voters the chance to vote for a calmer and less erratic Republican candidate that many would consider Trump to be and could be more palatable to Democratic and Independent swing voters.

The Florida native would be one of the youngest-ever US Presidents if he were to go on and win the next election as he is only 44 years of age. He has served in the military with the US Navy which will make him very popular among certain sections of the US electorate.

If he can oust Trump for the Republican Nomination expect him to be well in the mix to become president, he is currently 5/2 to get the Republican Nomination.

Tim Scott 22/1

Tim Scott is an American businessman and politician who has served as the junior United States senator from South Carolina since 2013. He was appointed to the U.S. Senate by Governor Nikki Haley in 2013 and retained his seat in 2014 after winning a special election and was elected to full terms in 2016 and 2022. Scott is one of 11 African Americans to have served in the U.S. Senate, and the first to have served in both chambers of Congress.

Scott was born in North Charleston, South Carolina, the son of Frances—a nursing assistant—and Ben Scott Sr. His parents divorced when he was seven, and he grew up in working-class poverty with his mother who worked 16-hour days to support the family.

Scott attended Presbyterian College from 1983 to 1984 on a partial football scholarship and graduated from Charleston Southern University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science degree in political science.

He then worked as a financial advisor and as an insurance agent. It was announced over a week ago that he had launched an Exploratory committee which allows him to raise money that could then be transferred to an official presidential campaign with that he is now 22/1 to win the Republican Nomination.

Nikki Haley 25/1

Nikki Haley is an American politician who served as the 116th governor of South Carolina from 2011 to 2017. She was the 29th United States Ambassador to the United Nations for two years, from January 2017 through December 2018. She also became the first Indian American member of a presidential candidate under Donald Trump

Haley’s background is in business having earned an accounting degree from Clemson University, she joined her family’s clothing business before serving as treasurer and then president of the National Association of Women Business Owners.

Haley announced herself as a candidate in the 2024 Republican Party presidential primary for president of the United States in the 2024 U.S. presidential election in February 2023. She is currently 25/1 to become the first  Republican Candidate for the 2024 Presidential Election.

For a full preview of the 2024 US Presidential Election odds check out our Next US President Odds post.

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