Mo Brooks’ Senate Odds Plummet Following Revoked Trump Endorsement

–Katie Britt Now Odds-on Favorite to Win the Alabama Senate Seat–

Mo Brooks’ odds to win the U.S. Senate Election have worsened significantly, according to betting aggregators (See Disclaimer Below). Brooks’ odds shifted from 2/1 (33.3% implied probability) to 20/1 (4.8%) in the past week. 

Katie Britt is not the odds-on favorite to win the Senate seat in Alabama. Since March 18, her odds have improved from 11/8 (42.1% implied probability) to 4/5 (55.6%). Michael Durant is close behind, as he’s improved from 9/2 (18.2%) to 11/1 (47.6%) during the same time.

 “Mo Brooks was once the favorite to win the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama, but after losing his endorsement from Donald Trump and speaking out against the former president, Brooks’ odds have taken a serious hit,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “Bookies are now predicting that he’ll get the least amount of votes among other Trump-backed candidates in the upcoming primaries.” 

Brooks is also the odds-on favorite to get the lowest share of the vote in May primaries among Republicans endorsed by Donald Trump. He has 1/4 odds to do so (80% implied probability). He’s followed by Janice McGeachin at 19/5 (20.8%). 

“Donald Trump’s endorsement has been quite beneficial for Republican candidates, as most of those endorsed by Trump are strong favorites to win their respective elections,” says a US-Bookies spokesperson. “However, after losing Trump’s support, Mo Brooks is quickly drifting into the longshot category.” 

Odds to win U.S. Senate Election in Alabama (parentheses indicate odds on March 18):
Katie Britt: 4/5 (11/8)
Michael Durant: 11/10 (9/2)
Mo Brooks: 20/1 (2/1)

Odds to get the lowest share of vote in May primaries:
Mo Brooks: 1/4
Janice McGeachin: 19/5
Charles Herbster: 33/1
David Perdue: 33/1
Ted Budd: 40/1
Jody Hice: 50/1

2022 Midterm Election Odds:

House Election in Wyoming
Harriet Hageman*: 1/3
Liz Cheney: 4/1
Senate Election in Iowa
Chuck Grassley*: 1/20 
Jim Carlin: 10/1

Abby Finkenauer: 20/1
Mike Franken: 25/1
Glen Hurst: 33/1
Bob Krause: 40/1
Senate Election in Georgia
Herschel Walker*: 1/20 
Raphael Warnock: 4/1
Gary Black: 12/1
Josh Clark: 20/1
Jared Craig: 20/1
Kelvin King: 33/1
James Nestor: 33/1
Latham Saddler: 12/1
Senate Election in Wisconsin
Ron Johnson*: 1/33 
Senate Election in Nevada
Adam Laxalt*: 1/3
Sam Brown: 11/4

Catherine Cortez Masto: 5/1
William Hockstedler: 20/1
Sharelle Mendenhall: 25/1
Senate Election in North Carolina
Ted Budd*: 1/1
Pat McCrory: 8/5
Mark Walker: 33/1
Senate Election in Alabama
Katie Britt: 4/5
Michael Durant: 11/10
Mo Brooks: 20/1 
Texas Gubernatorial Election
Greg Abbott*: 1/10
Beto O’Rourke: 9/1
Allen West: 16/1Daniel Harrison: 25/1
Kandy Kaye Horn: 30/1
Paul Belew: 33/1
Donald Huffines: 40/1
Rick Perry: 40/1

Joy Diaz: 40/1
Rich Wakeland: 40/1

Chad Prather: 50/1
Inocencio Barrientez: 50/1
Michael Cooper: 50/1
Georgia Gubernatorial Election
Brian Kemp: 6/4
David Perdue*: 2/1
Stacey Abrams: 3/1
Vernon Jones: 12/1
Kandiss Taylor: 50/1
Jonathan Garcia: 100/1
Arizona Gubernatorial Election
Kari Lake*: 1/2
Matt Salmon: 3/1
Steve Gaynor: 16/1
Karrin Taylor Robson: 20/1

Katie Hobbs: 20/1
Marco Lopez: 25/1
Aaron Lieberman: 30/1
Idaho Gubernatorial Election
Janice McGeachin*: 1/6 
Brad Little: 7/10
Ammon Bundy: 12/1
Steve Bradshaw: 20/1
Ed Humphreys: 25/1

Shelby Rognstad: 40/1
Massachusetts Gubernatorial Election
Maura Healey: 1/4
Geoff Diehl*: 1/3
Sonia Chang-Diaz: 14/1
Chris Doughty: 20/1Danielle Allen: 33/1

Red = Republican
Blue = Democrat
* = Endorsed by Donald Trump

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.

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