Kamala Harris’ odds were little changed at 4.52X, down slightly from 4.51X the prior week. She has been between 4.5X and 4.6X the last 9 weeks.
Joe Biden saw a large drop from 5.48X to 5.53X, his worst odds in 8 weeks.
Donald Trump was also saw a drop, from 7.47X to 7.50X, but that is still his second highest in 10 weeks.
Ron DeSantis continued to be he hottest name as he finally passed Nikki Haley for 4th place overall at 14.9X from 15.3X, a new high.
Liz Chaney, who lost her position as the third most powerful in the Republican Caucus in the House for her position on the election, saw a big drop from 64.1X to 86.7X. That was enough to drop her from 26th place to 44th place.
There was no movement at the top as Kamala Harris continued to lead at 4.56X followed by Joe Biden at 5.49X, both at exactly the same payout as last week.
Donald Trump saw an improvement from 7.89X to 7.66X, his best in three weeks.
Once again the hottest name was Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. He rose from 16.7X to 15.7X. There was speculation this week that DeSantis would be Trump’s choice as VP rather than Pence if Trump runs in 2024.