Alaskans are set to vote on the Democratic presidential primary, various state elections, and the Presidential election in 2020. Alaska’s state general election will consist of a US House seat race, a US Senate seat race, and races for several other governmental positions. The state’s Democratic presidential primary was scheduled to be held on Saturday, April 4, 2020, but it was moved to April 10 and is now mail-in only as a result of the coronavirus outbreak.
Alaska has opted to not hold a Republican primary, which is a standard tactical move when a party incumbent – in this case President Donald Trump – is seeking re-election.
Below are the available lines for betting on the Alaska 2020 General Election, but as of this moment, odds have yet to be posted. When books publish them, we will update this section with fresh election odds accordingly.
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If you’re watching the Democratic election odds, you’ll see that Joe Biden is now the presumptive nominee. Nevertheless, Alaska’s DNC primary will be held April 10, though it is strictly a mail-in affair as no polls will be open due to coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing measures. If any sportsbook posts odds for this race now that Biden seems to have the nomination, we will update the page accordingly.
Alaska is known to lean Republican in recent elections, but the 2020 election still has a lot of steam to gather before a real prediction can be made. That said, Alaska is considered a red state, and the state’s Republican contingent has decided not to challenge Trump’s re-election chances. Thus, they have declined to contest a GOP caucus or primary, as Trump is hugely favored to receive the Republican nomination.
Odds for Trump to win the GOP nod and compete for a second term in Washington can be found on the Trump candidate bio page or on the Republican nominee page linked in the paragraph above.
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
In the 2016 Presidential election, Donald Trump won Alaska with 51.28% of the vote, while Hillary Clinton received only 36.55% of the vote. Alaska has voted for the Republican Presidential candidate in every election since 1968. The state typically turns out strong third party support, which could be a factor in the 2020 election.