There are currently no odds that are specific to Hawaii’s 2020 general elections. However, those elections promise to be as hotly contested as any other state’s, and you can expect presidential election odds to be available in time for the main event on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Due to COVID-19, the Hawaii Democratic primary had been rescheduled to May 22, and it was mail-in only.
On the other side of the isle (eh? EH?), Hawaii doesn’t actually have a Republican primary, opting instead to hold a caucus, though this has been canceled completely due to coronavirus concerns and President Trump having no official challengers.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
The 2016 Presidential election wasn’t close in Hawaii, with the state choosing Hillary Clinton at a 62.88% clip. Donald Trump managed to pull 30.36% of the vote. Clinton won every county in Hawaii in 2016, though it remains to be seen if the state will be quite that big of a Democratic stronghold in 2020.
With the 2020 Presidential election on the way, many Democrats have entered the race for the presidency and dropped out, including notable DNC hopefuls like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. However, the last man standing is Joe Biden, and he’s the presumptive nominee already.
Still, Hawaii held its delayed DNC primary on May 22, exclusively via mail-in balloting, and Biden won easily. However, you can still bet on some attractive Democratic primary odds and Joe Biden’s chances to actually get the nomination.
President Donald Trump was the heavy favorite to win the GOP nomination, according to all the top online sportsbooks. However, he is unlikely to take the state in the general election, as most pundits and analysts expect a Republican win there to be nearly impossible. Hawaii is perhaps the most Democrat-dominated state in the entire US. The HI GOP primary has been canceled due to the coronavirus outbreak, with Trump awarded all 19 delegates.
Licensed offshore sportsbooks already have odds for the 2020 Presidential election, with Donald Trump a big favorite to win both the GOP nomination and the November general election. The odds will definitely change before 2020, of course, as things play out in the media and on the national stage between now and then. To wager on who you think will be the next POTUS, visit any of the trusted offshore election sites for Hawaii residents listed on this page.