State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 Arkansas General Election & Primary Betting Odds

2020 Arkansas General Election & Primary Betting Odds

Betting On The Arkansas 2020 General Election & Primary

Arkansas has four seats in the US House of Representatives that are up for re-election in 2020, as well as, one US Senate seat, and several state seats in the 2020 General election. Arkansas will also participate in the Presidential Election on the same day as their General election – November 3rd, 2020. The state will be holding a Primary on May 19th, 2020 for the Republican and Democratic party pick.

While there are not yet any specific lines or odds for any Arkansas races as of this moment as odds develop we will add them here, in the meantime bettors can wager on the 2020 Presidential election. The sportsbooks listed below are reliable licensed offshore bookies which can provide the lines and odds for these political races.

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Odds On Who Will Win Arkansas Presidential Primary Election

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. However, the state has typically voted Republican in the past few elections.

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.

Betting on the Arkansas Republican primary

Trump is likely to win the Republican nomination in Arkansas unless another Republican candidate challenges Donald Trump and is able to receive more support from the public and other politicians than incumbent Trump. However, Trump has long planned his re-election campaign since he became the 45th US President and will likely target red states like Arkansas heavily.

Betting on the Arkansas Democratic Primary

There are numerous Democratic candidates in the run for the Presidency, however, the likeliness of predicting which of these candidates will remain in the race much less who will win the Arkansas Democratic primary pick is too far fetched to determine at this moment in time.

Arkansas Voter Information

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.

Arkansas Gambling Ballot Measures On The 2018 Midterm Ballot

Arkansas Issue 4

Arkansas Issue 4 is pretty straightforward: Do you want one casino in the following counties:

  • Crittenden
  • Garland
  • Pope
  • Jefferson

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:

  • State of Arkansas General Revenue Fund receives 55%
  • Casino’s city or casino’s county if the casino is not located in a city receives 19.5%
  • Arkansas Racing Commission for its Purse and Awards Fund receives 17.5%
  • Casino’s county receives 8%

Total donated to committees supporting the issue: $2,851,393.50

Top Donors:

  • Downstream Development Authority of the Quapaw Tribe – $1,585,293.50
  • Cherokee Nation Businesses LLC – $1,400,600
  • Oaklawn Jockey Club, Inc. – $20,000
  • Gulfside Casino Partnership LLC – $10,000

Total donated to committees against the issue: None reported