Alabama is a historically red state due to the way residents have voted over the past several decades. While many people still feel like AL is a solid GOP lock, the political landscape has become more unpredictable and volatile in the last few years. Odds on the Alabama state primary elections will likely emerge between January and March of 2020. Individual state primary election odds are not always available for every single state, but you’ll get an idea of which states oddsmakers are going to cover when primary season begins.
With the Alabama primary over, residents of AL can enjoy prop bets for the Democratic debates and other political events, as well as futures bets for who will win the Democratic nomination, the Republican nomination, and the 2020 Presidential election. The 2020 Presidential election odds will continue to fluctuate throughout the political season, and we will follow that closely for the general election and the state primaries, as well.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
*Odds Provided By Bovada.
In the 2016 Presidential election, Alabama voters supported Donald Trump with 62.08% of the vote, while Hillary Clinton got 34.36% of the vote. Trump is favored to win in Alabama in 2020.
Trump’s odds to win the Republican nomination for 2020 were shown to be right on the money, as he easily won the Alabama GOP Primary with 96.2% of the vote.
Legal online election betting sites offered betting lines for the US Presidential primary elections as the date drew near.
The Democratic party started off the 2019 political season with a large field of Presidential candidates vying for the DNC nomination. As the election nears, the field narrowed and front-runners became more prominent.
The Alabama Democratic primary took place on the same day as the Republican primary (Tuesday, March 3, 2020) and was also an open primary, allowing all registered voters the opportunity to vote. As more candidates dropped out and the true contenders emerged, we saw the Democrat primary odds start to take shape. Joe Biden scored the expected win in AL.