California General Election Odds Updated
Below you will find the most recent odds for all of the candidates to win the California general election. We also recommend 2 of the most reputable US friendly sportsbooks to place your bets with.
– Odds for Duncan Hunter to win House of Representatives Election -550
– Odds for Ammar Campa-Najjar to win House of Representatives Election +375
– Odds for Dianne Feinstein to win Senate Election -4000
– Odds for FIELD to win Senate Election +1000
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2020 California Presidential Primary Odds
The 2020 election is coming up and the majority of California voters could not be more relieved. California is one of the states that swung left, way left during the 2016 Presidential election. We will update the betting odds for the 2020 Presidential election as the vote draws near.
2020 California Republican Primary
President Donald Trump will likely win the GOP Primary but there are several other Republicans that could possibly throw their name into the hat. President Trump and California have not seen eye to eye on many issues but the President will likely campaign hard in California to try and pick up some of their many electoral votes.
2020 California Democratic Primary
There are some obvious favorites on the Democratic side of the playing field but it is still way too early to start predicting who will win the primary. Kamala Harris, a Democrat out of California, is one of the names that rose to the top of the discussion. California and the rest of the states are sure to follow her and her progress over the next few months.
Midterm voting will be held on November 6th, 2018. Online registration is accepted and same day registration is also available. Polling locations vary but most CA residents will find that the polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on Election Day. California does not require voter identification in order to vote (a very controversial issue). To find out where your polling location is or to register to vote, you can visit the following links: