Oddsmakers say Harris, not Biden, most likely to win 2024 nomination, election

Oddsmakers give Vice President Harris better chances than President BidenJoe BidenDefense lawyers for alleged Capitol rioters to get tours of U.S. Capitol Sasse to introduce legislation giving new hires signing bonuses after negative jobs report Three questions about Biden's conservation goals MORE to win the 2024 Democratic presidential nomination and general election, according to a Friday release from online betting site US-Bookies.

Kamala HarrisKamala HarrisBiden to record video message for 'Vax Live' concert Harris says Mexico, US can work together to improve quality of life in Northern Triangle Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says 'it is time to pass the baton on to someone else' MORE remains the favorite to win the 2024 U.S. Presidential Election. Her 7/2 odds (22.2% implied probability) put her just ahead of Joe Biden, who’s 9/2 (18.2%) to win re-election in 2024,” the release read.

The site gives Harris 7-to-4 odds of being the 2024 Democratic nominee, compared to 9-to-4 for Biden, who at 78 became the oldest person ever sworn into the office. 


Biden has said he plans to run again in 2024, and Harris has given no indication that she would challenge him.

"My plan is to run for reelection, that’s my expectation," the president told reporters last month.

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki HaleyNikki HaleyPollster Frank Luntz: 'I would bet on' Trump being 2024 GOP nominee DNC gathers opposition research on over 20 potential GOP presidential candidates Will DeSantis, Rubio and Scott torch each other to vault from Florida to the White House? MORE is oddsmakers' second favorite — behind former President TrumpDonald TrumpThe Memo: The Obamas unbound, on race Iran says onus is on US to rejoin nuclear deal on third anniversary of withdrawal Assaults on Roe v Wade increasing MORE — for the 2024 Republican nomination. Trump and Haley rank third and fourth, respectively, for the best odds at winning the next presidential election, behind Harris and Biden.

Haley said earlier this week that she would not seek the GOP nomination if Trump does.

"I would not run if President Trump ran, and I would talk to him about it," the former South Carolina governor said Monday.


"Recent reports suggested Haley would not run in 2024 if Trump does, but bookies say she’d have the best shot at beating him," a US-Bookies spokesperson said in the release. “At 11/1 to win the 2024 election, she’s just behind Trump, who’s 11/2.”

Trump has neither confirmed nor denied a 2024 presidential bid.

Behind Trump and Haley, oddsmakers give the best chances for the GOP nomination to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantisRon DeSantisACLU sues Florida over law targeting ballot initiatives Montana governor approves restrictions on transgender athletes in schools Advocates sound alarm as restrictive voting laws pile up MORE, at 6-to-1, and former Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceTrump spokesman says defeating Cheney a top priority GOP is consumed by Trump conspiracy theories McConnell amid Trump criticism: 'I'm looking forward, not backward' MORE, 9-to-1.