State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 Colorado Primary And General Election Betting Odds

2020 Colorado Primary And General Election Betting Odds

2020 Colorado General Election & Primary Odds

There are currently no odds listed for the 2020 House, Senate, or state General elections in Colorado but we will update this page as they come in. Colorado’s general elections will consist of a race for 7 US House seats, one US Senate seat, and several state seats. The state will hold its general elections and presidential elections on November 3rd, 2020.

The state will also hold an earlier election known as the Colorado Primaries: the Republicans will hold theirs in March and Democrats will hold theirs on April 18th, 2020.

Odds for Donald Trump to win Colorado General election TBA

Odds for Field to win Colorado General election TBA

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Betting on the 2020 Presidential Primary

The 2020 Presidential election is still in the distance but sportsbooks are already releasing odds for the Presidential election. While many things can change over the next few months it will be important to watch the candidates as they make their way across America on the campaign trail.

2020 Colorado Republican Primary

The Republican primary will likely go to the incumbent President Donald Trump barring a political disaster between now and then. Colorado went blue during the 2016 election a move that many people predicted considering their laid-back stance on many political issues. We expect much of the same from the 2020 election depending on who wins the Democratic Primary.

2020 Colorado Democrat Primary

The 2020 Democratic primary will be decided as the election draws closer. Right now there are several respectable candidates that have entered to run in 2020 but it is still too early to decide on a clear favorite. Democrats have done really well with voter turnout in Colorado over the recent years so 2020 should be no different.

Results Of The Primary – 2016

Both the republicans and democrats held a caucus in Colorado, but the Republican results were not really tallied or monitored since their delegates are uncommitted. The democrat results were closely monitored however, and the results were surprising. Sanders took the win over Clinton by a margin of about 18 percentage points. It was a good win for him and demonstrated that he is still in the game among voters. Of course Clinton led Sanders by close to 700 delegates, so it doesn’t impact things significantly, but could mean there is more to come from him. Here is how the democrat delegates were awarded:


1st place: Sanders received 58.9% of the votes winning 35 delegates
2nd place: Clinton received 40.4% of the votes winning 24 delegates