Michelle Wu’s odds to win the 2021 Boston Mayoral Election have improved since last week, according to betting aggregators US-Bookies (See Disclaimer Below). Wu’s odds to win shifted from 1/12 (92.3%) to 1/20 (95.2%) since October 19. During this time, Annissa Essaibi George’s odds continued to worsen from 14/1 (6.7%) to 16/1 (5.9%).
“In the final days leading up to the election, Michelle Wu’s odds to win continue to get better, putting her well ahead of the field,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “Wu’s nearest competitor, Annissa Essaibi Geroge, has only noticed negative shifts in the betting odds, making Wu’s path to victory even more clear.”
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Wu and Essaibi George clearly hold the best odds. Following the two is a two-way tie featuring Marty Walsh and Kim Janey, who are both at 80/1 to win (1.2% Implied probability). They’re followed by a three-way tie featuring Andrea Campbell, John Barros and Jon Santiago, who are all 100/1 (1%). Besides Wu and Essaigbi George, no other candidates have noticed any movement in betting odds over the past week.
Odds to Win 2021 Boston Mayoral Election:
|Odds on October 26, 2021||Odds on October 19, 2021||Odds on October 12, 2021|
|Michelle Wu||1/20 (-2000)||1/12 (-1200)||1/10 (-1000)|
|Annissa Essaibi George||16/1 (+1600)||14/1 (+1400)||12/1 (+1200)|
|Marty Walsh||80/1 (+8000)||80/1 (+8000)||80/1 (+8000)|
|Kim Janey||80/1 (+8000)||80/1 (+8000)||80/1 (+8000)|
|Andrea Campbell||100/1 (+10000)||100/1 (+10000)||100/1 (+10000)|
|John Barros||100/1 (+10000)||100/1 (+10000)||100/1 (+10000)|
|Jon Santiago||100/1 (+10000)||100/1 (+10000)||100/1 (+10000)|
Disclaimer: The odds posted in this article are for illustrative purposes only, as wagering on such props is not currently legal in any U.S. state. The data was based on betting markets offered by UK/European/worldwide operators regulated in jurisdictions where wagering on these props is legal.