Anticipation for the 2020 Georgia elections is heating up like a cloudless summer day on the farm. Residents looking to get in on political betting action can use licensed offshore sportsbooks to place legal bets on the 2020 Georgia general election and other state and national races. GA’s primaries were supposed to be held for both Republican and Democratic presidential candidates on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, but these were delayed until June 9 due to the coronavirus shutdowns. The general election and Presidential election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
While most books only have presidential and electoral odds posted right now, as Georgia’s election season rolls into view, you can expect more races to be featured at many of the top Internet betting sites. Ain’t that a peach? (Unless you lose, in which case it’s the pits. So don’t lose!)
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
**Odds pulled from Bovada Sportsbook.
In 2016, Georgia was predicted to be closer than it actually was, with Donald Trump winning 50.44% of the vote compared against Hillary Clinton’s 45.35%. However, with a controversial gubernatorial election overshadowing the presidential election in the state, voter acrimony has an outside chance of swinging the state to the left in 2020. Georgia is definitely a state to watch.
Several popular Democrats were going all in on the 2020 Presidential election. Because of the sheer size of the field in the running, all the best political betting sites had plenty of odds on the Democratic presidential nominee. However, by the time the June 9 primary was held, Joe Biden was running without any official challengers and won easily.
According to licensed offshore sportsbooks, President Donald Trump is the heavy favorite for re-election in 2020, which means that he should have easily won the GOP primary in GA. And, as predicted by his GA Republican nomination odds, that’s exactly what he did. Trump received 100% of the votes in Georgia, winning all 76 delegates.
Georgia’s general election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Sportsbooks have odds posted for Georgia’s electoral vote outcome, but they have yet to post any other state-based election betting lines. We will update the odds for Georgia when the 2020 elections get closer. Until then, check out all the current lines at the top-rated offshore election betting sites.