Another contest that should be pretty straightforward for the Democrats is Maryland, a state where Trump got a third of the vote in 2016, and no Republican presidential candidate has triumphed in the last 30 years. Polls show that the incumbent Ben Cardin has got a relatively good approval rating, while the Republican candidate is an unknown university professor. So the odds on the Democrats should be a lot shorter than the 1/10 (90.9%) that Paddy Power is offering. Again, you should snap this bet up.
Virginia is a little more complicated. From 1968 until the 2008 election it voted solidly Republican in presidential elections. However, population growth in northern Virginia and the Washington DC suburbs means that it is increasingly leaning towards the Democrats. In any case, incumbent Tim Kaine leads Trump fanatic Republican Corey Stewart in the polls by nearly 20 percentage points. This means that Paddy Power’s 1/7 (87.5%) is actually pretty good value.