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DeSantis, Noem, Scott Make Up Oddsmakers’ Top Picks to be Trump’s 2024 Running Mate




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Ron DeSantis is the current favorite to be Donald Trump’s running mate in the 2024 U.S. Presidential Election, according to betting aggregators. DeSantis has 2/1 odds to be Trump’s pick (33.3% implied probability), while Kristi Noem and Tim Scott follow closely at 4/1 (20%) and 5/1 (16.7%), respectively. 

“Trump has spoken openly about his approval of DeSantis as a running mate, but the Florida governor may be starting a presidential run of his own, which would make things a bit more complicated,”

says a US-Bookies spokesperson.

“But the odds also seem to suggest a real possibility of Trump naming a female running mate, as three of the top seven picks are women.” 

Following Tim Scott is a four-way tie featuring Marjorie Taylor Greene, Nikki Haley, Ted Cruz and Mike Pence. These four all have 10/1 odds to be Trump’s running mate in 2024 (9.1%), with Mike Pompeo trailing at 12/1 (7.7%). 

“Many have pointed to the possibility of Trump running alongside one of his children, and the bookies say Ivanka would be the most likely pick if that does end up being the case,”

says a US-Bookies spokesperson.

“Ivanka has 16/1 odds to be her father’s running mate, while Donald Jr. and Eric both sit at 50/1.” 

Odds to be Donald Trump’s Running Mate in 2024 U.S. Presidential Election:

Ron DeSantis: 2/1
Kristi Noem: 4/1
Tim Scott: 5/1
Marjorie Taylor Greene: 10/1
Nikki Haley: 10/1
Ted Cruz: 10/1
Mike Pence: 10/1
Mike Pompeo: 12/1
Ivanka Trump: 16/1
Tucker Carlson: 20/1
Josh Hawley: 20/1
Joni Ernst: 20/1
Matt Gaetz: 25/1
Lauren Boebert: 25/1
Mike Lindell: 33/1
Donald Trump Jr.: 50/1
Eric Trump: 50/1
Lara Trump: 66/1
Kanye West: 100/1
Elon Musk: 100/1

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.