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Republican Candidate Betting Odds - Who will be the Republican candidate for the 2024 US Presidential Election?

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Last updated: 10 Jul 2024
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Ben Darvill 10 Jul 2024
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  • US Presidential Election on Nov 5, 2024.
  • Donald Trump favorite for nomination at $1.01 odds.
  • Republican National Convention to decide the nominee in July 2024.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump (Getty Images)
Former U.S. President Donald Trump (Getty Images)

The US Presidential Election is set to take place on Tuesday, November 5 2024, with the next President of the United States to be decided. 

Ahead of the race for power in America, the Republican Party will have to decide who their chosen candidate will be in the race, with one man in particular fancied to lead the political party. 

Selected Republican Candidate 
Odds
Donald Trump$1.01
Nikki Haley$34.00
Ron DeSantis$67.00
Vivek Ramaswamy$101.00
Note: Odds from Betfair & correct on 10/7/2024

At the time of writing, Donald Trump is the massive favourite to become the Republican nominee at $1.01 with Betfair. 

Next in line is Nikki Haley, with Ron DeSantis and Vivek Ramaswamy the big outsiders. With Haley the closest in the betting to Trump at $34.00, the odds clearly make it almost inevitable that Trump will be the person to represent the Republicans in the 2024 US Election. 

While most would assume that Trump will be the person selected to represent the Republicans, but he still has to be chosen by his party first. 

The Republican Party will choose their Presidential nominee during the 2024 Republican National Convention. This will take place between July 15-18 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 

Donald Trump did cross the majority delegate threshold to win the Republican nomination back in March, which means he is the presumptive nominee for the Republicans. 

As the odds suggest, Trump is the man to back in the race to represent the Republicans. There is so little time between now and the Republican National Convention, it means that there is not a lot time for Haley and the other potential candidates to cut the gap between themselves and Trump. 

Trump is looking for a second non-consecutive term in office after serving as the President between 2016-2020. Current President Joe Biden and the Democrats won power in 2020, with Biden looking to secure a second consecutive term in office. 

Who do you think will represent the Republicans in the 2024 US Presidential Election? Will the odds be proved right, or will there be a stunning development as another candidate represents the party? 

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