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2020 Colorado Primary And General Election Betting Odds

2020 Colorado General Election & Primary Betting Odds

There are currently no primary or general election odds listed for the 2020 US House, Senate, or state elections in Colorado, but we will update this page as they come in. Colorado will hold its primaries on Tuesday, March 3, 2020, and the state will hold its general elections and presidential elections on November 3, 2020.

2020 is significant for Colorado as it marks a change in the way the state conducts its presidential candidate nomination process, moving from a traditional caucus system to a statewide popular vote. Lately, several states have been shifting away from caucuses to popular votes, though they retain the authority to change back to their caucus models in the future.

  • Odds for Donald Trump to win Colorado General election: TBA
  • Odds for Field to win Colorado General election: TBA

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2020 Colorado Republican Primary Odds

In Colorado, the Republican primary odds heavily favor the incumbent, President Donald Trump. And barring a political disaster between now and March 2020, Trump should easily wrap up the party nomination.

That said, Colorado went blue during the 2016 election, which was a move that many pundits predicted considering their left-leaning stances on many political issues, including recreational marijuana and sweeping environmental policies. To win the state, Trump has his work cut out for him.

2020 Colorado Democrat Primary Odds

The 2020 Democratic primary front-runners will be decided as the March 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, however, so 2020 should be no different.

Betting on the 2020 Presidential Primary

The 2020 Presidential election is still in the distance, but sportsbooks are already releasing odds for the November’s general election. While many things can change over the next several months, it will be important to watch the candidates as they make their ways across America on the campaign trail. As the front-runners are established, you should see odds posted at several top political betting sites.

2020 Colorado General Election Information

Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Federal Election

  • Electoral College Votes: 9
  • House seats up for grabs: 7
  • Senate seats up for grabs: 1

State Election

  • House seats up for grabs: 65
  • Senate seats up for grabs: 18
  • Governorship contested? No

How Did CO Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?

Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump in Colorado by a margin of about five points (48.16% to 43.25%). However, Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson (whose running mate was current Trump challenger Bill Weld), took 5.18% of the vote. Traditionally, analysts view the Libertarian party as closer to the Republican than the Democratic side of the aisle, so without Johnson siphoning off votes from the main candidates, it’s not inconceivable that Trump could have won Colorado.

However, third part candidates historically do well in CO, and 2020 should prove more of the same, with Libertarian and/or Green Party challengers splitting the vote and affecting the race’s outcome.

What is Colorado’s Political Makeup?

  • State House: Democrat majority (41-24)
  • State Senate: Democrat majority (19-16)
  • Gubernatorial: Democratic

2020 Colorado Primary Election Voter Information

  • When do the polls open? Colorado primaries will be held on Tuesday, March 3, with the polls open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.
  • Where do I go to vote? To find your Colorado primary polling place, please fill out the linked form (via CO’s elections website).
  • Can I vote early? Yes, Colorado supports early voting through their vote-by-mail system.
  • Does Colorado offer absentee voting? Yes. In fact, CO is considered an “all-mail” voting state, which means you will receive your ballot by mail and can cast your vote remotely. However, you can also vote in person on election day.