Online Betting Markets Predict Dems Take House; GOP Holds Senate

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With the first polls closing at 6 p.m. in the eastern parts of Tennessee and Kentucky and the network exit surveys beginning to slowly leak into the blogosphere, here are the latest election odds — as of 5:40 — from the TradeSports and Washington Stock Exchange online betting markets.

— The GOP to hold the U.S. House 14% (TS); 7% (WSX)

— The GOP to hold the U.S. Senate 70% (TS); 55% (WSX)

— Republican Michael Steele to win Maryland U.S. Senate race 37% (TS); 30% (WSX)

— Democrat Ben Cardin to win Maryland U.S. Senate race 70% (TS); 70% (WSX)

— Republican Mike Bouchard to win Michigan U.S. Senate race 3% (TS); 27% (WSX)

— Democrat Debbie Stabenow to win Michigan U.S. Senate race 95% (TS); 73% (WSX)

— Republican Jim Talent to win Missouri U.S. Senate race 44% (TS); 37% (WSX)

— Democrat Claire McCaskill to win Missouri U.S. Senate race 61% (TS); 63% (WSX)

— Republican Conrad Burns to win Montana U.S. Senate race 30% (TS); 33% (WSX)

— Democrat Jon Tester to win Montana U.S. Senate race 70% (TS); 64% (WSX)

— Republican Tom Kean to win New Jersey U.S. Senate race 10% (TS); 30% (WSX)

— Democrat Robert Menendez to win New Jersey U.S. Senate race 96% (TS); 70% (WSX)

— Republican Mike DeWine to win Ohio U.S. Senate race 8% (TS); 10% (WSX)

— Democrat Sherrod Brown to win Ohio U.S. Senate race 94% (TS); 89% (WSX)

— Republican Rick Santorum to win Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race 6% (TS); 22% (WSX)

— Democrat Bob Casey to win Pennsylvania U.S. Senate race 94% (TS); 77% (WSX)

— Republican Lincoln Chafee to win Rhode Island U.S. Senate race 33% (TS); 51% (WSX)

— Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse to win Rhode Island U.S. Senate race 84% (TS); 49% (WSX)

— Republican Bob Corker to win Tennessee U.S. Senate race 78% (TS); 69% (WSX)

— Democrat Harold Ford, Jr. to win Tennessee U.S. Senate race 19% (TS); 31% (WSX)

— Republican George Allen to win Virginia U.S. Senate race 30% (TS); 48% (WSX)

— Democrat Jim Webb to win Virginia U.S. Senate race 73% (TS); 54% (WSX)