Arkansas does not have any Senate seats up for re-election in the 2018 Midterm Elections, however, there are four seats in the US House of Representatives that are up for re-election in Arkansas. The governor’s seat currently occupied by Asa Hutchinson is up for re-election in 2018. Most political pundits categorize his seat as ‘safe’, meaning Hutchinson will likely remain governor for another term.
While there are not yet any specific lines or odds for any Arkansas races, bettors can wager on other 2018 Midterm election races and props, including which party will control Congress, who will win the gubernatorial races in several key states, as well as who will win Senate races in several notable races. The sportsbooks listed below will provide the lines and odds for these races.
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Arkansas Issue 4
Arkansas Issue 4 is pretty straightforward: Do you want one casino in the following counties:
A For vote means you do, and an Against Vote means you do not. Casinos that receive a license will be required to pay a tax rate of 13% on the first $150,000,000 in revenue and 20% on revenue after the casino passes that mark. The tax revenue would go to the following:
Total donated to committees supporting the issue: $2,851,393.50
Total donated to committees against the issue: None reported
You will find betting odds for various elements of the 2018 midterm elections at any of the sportsbooks listed above.
Arkansas is one of the Super Tuesday states and will host a state primary for both republicans and democrats. Limited polling information is available, but it looks like Arkansas may be one of the states where things will get shaken up a little bit. Arkansas holds open primaries, which means that registered voters can vote for candidates in any party, regardless of their own party affiliation.
There are 40 Republican delegates at stake and 37 democratic delegates to be awarded. The two parties award their delegates in different ways, and neither is a winner takes all method. Since polling in the state has been sparse at best, betting odds and market predictions on the Arkansas primary are the best window into what to expect.
Following is some valuable information for anyone considering placing bets on the outcome of the 2016 Arkansas presidential primary. We have included current odds and market predictions, as well as some insight into each candidate’s performance potential. We also offer updated odds on who will win the 2016 Presidential election on the homepage.
The Arkansas primary saw a much closer race among Republicans and a pretty wide spread between first and second place for the Democrats. Trump took the win in Arkansas, with Cruz coming in as a very close second, with only 2 percentage points between the two. On the Democrat side, Clinton beat Sanders by nearly 37 percentage points, a much wider margin than their GOP counterparts.
While not worth as many delegates as some of the other states, Arkansas’ value does matter with the collective number of Super Tuesday delegates. Every vote matters! While the race for Republicans was closer, the results did mimic what the betting odds reflected. Here are how the delegates from Arkansas were awarded:
1st place: Trump received 32.7% of the votes winning 16 delegates
2nd place: Cruz received 30.5% of the votes winning 14 delegates
3rd place: Rubio received 25% of the votes winning 9 delegates
4th place: Carson received 5.7% of the votes winning 0 delegates
5th place: Kasich received 3.7% of the votes winning delegates
When are polls open? Polls are open from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm on Tuesday, May 19th.
Where do I vote? Use the Arkansas voter registration search to find your precinct information: https://www.voterview.ar-nova.org/VoterView/RegistrantSearch.do
Where can I bet on the Arkansas Presidential Primaries? This guide will provide recommendations of licensed, high quality and reputable betting sites that offer premium presidential betting odds and lines.
Is it legal to bet on the Arkansas presidential primary? As long as you only place your bets at legally licensed and regulated online sportsbooks that are based outside of the United States, then you are not breaking any type of federal gambling laws.
If you are interested in betting on who will win each party primary, check out our betting odds to win the Democratic primary election and the Republican primary odds pages.