The Arizona general elections will be taking place on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. There are several state and federal seats looking to be filled with the right candidates for the residents of Arizona. On the state level, the biggest AZ election is the gubernatorial election, as current governor Doug Ducey (R) cannot run for re-election due to term-limits.
However, the biggest election in AZ promises to be the 2020 Presidential election, which is being billed as the most important election in American history. With President Donald Trump looking to win a second term, there are plenty of challengers seeking to take him down. For now, Trump’s betting odds have him as the favorite, but that could always change in the months leading up to November 2020.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
*Odds Provided By Bovada.
Donald Trump won 48.1% of the Arizona vote in the 2016 presidential election, beating out Hillary Clinton, who took 44.6% of the vote. Third party candidates earned roughly 7.3% of the total statewide vote. Arizona is considered a major swing state for 2020.
Joe Biden was trending way atop the Democratic betting odds for the Arizona Democratic primary, and he won easily, beating Bernie Sanders by tens of thousands of votes. These were the odds before the March 17 election, per Bovada:
Trump is likely to be the 2020 Republican nominee, as he is sitting high atop the odds boards as the favored Republican presidential candidate. In fact, the AZ Republican party is so confident in this that it has actually canceled its GOP primaries for 2020. Barring any unforeseen circumstances (like Presidential impeachment), Arizona will choose Trump as its Republican candidate for the 2020 Presidential election.
The 2020 Presidential election is coming up, and while some voters couldn’t be more ready for change, others are hoping to keep the incumbent in office. This election will be one for the record books in terms of voter turnout, media ratings, and campaign cost for all parties involved. You can vote on the 2020 elections at any reputable offshore election odds site.