Alabama is a known red state due to the way they have voted over the past decade but recently Democrat Doug Jones won an election for an Alabama Senate seat. While many people still feel like this is a GOP state, there has been a rising concern after the last election. This page was developed to keep Alabama residents up-to-date with current political issues and upcoming state elections.
Sportsbooks are not offering any odds for the 2018 Alabama midterm elections at this time. We will post the odds as soon as they are released. This page was created to inform Alabama voters of their options when it comes to political betting, and to pass on current information about the 2018 Alabama midterm elections.
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The Republican primary will likely be Donald Trump barring a political disaster. Trump won the state of Alabama in the 2016 election and will look to capitalize on the state again in 2020. It is likely that someone in his own party will try to run against President Trump but at this time there are too many unknowns to know.
The Democratic party has a few frontrunners when it comes to the 2020 bid. Bernie Sanders is about the only name you will recognize unless you relentlessly follow politics like we do. There are several good candidates but no one is standing out like a frontrunner so far, however, they have plently of time.
Sportsbooks will offer betting lines for the US Presidential election as the date draws near. Some odds are already posted, most of which project Donald Trump as a heavy favorite.
When Are Polls Open? The polls are open on Tuesday, March 1 from 7am to 7pm
Where do I go to vote? You can find your voting precinct here: Alabama Votes https://myinfo.alabamavotes.gov/VoterView/PollingPlaceSearch.do
Can I vote early? Early voting is not available in Alabama
Voting Information for Alabama: https://www.usvotefoundation.org/vote/state-elections/state-election-dates-deadlines.htm