The 2018 general election in Idaho will include the gubernatorial race between Brad Little and Paulette Jordan as well as both US House of Representatives seats, among numerous other statewide races. None of the sportsbooks have any lines specific to the state of Idaho for this season’s midter elections, however, there are a number of other types of political wagers availble relevant to the 2018 midterm elections for the Senate and House, and multiple hot-seat gubernatorial races in other states. The sportsbooks listed on this page will provide you with the betting lines and odds for betting on the 2018 elections.
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Idaho Proposition 1
This measure involves using video terminals for betting on historical horse racing and is define as “a race involving live horses that was conducted in the past and that is rebroadcast by electronic means and shown on a delayed or replayed basis for the purposes of pari-mutuel wagering conducted at a facility that is authorized to show simulcast and/or televised races where at least eight (8) live horse race days are conducted annually.”
A Yes vote means you want to allow video terminals to be used for betting purposes on historical horse racing, and a No vote means you want to keep the ban on the usage of video terminals for betting on historical horse racing.
Total donated to support the proposition: $1,379,686.65
Total donated to oppose the proposition: $175,875.00
The state primary events in Idaho will take place on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020. Rather than having separate caucus events held by each party as they have in the past, the state is moving to a state primary format that will all take place on one day. More information will be provided as we get closer to the event.
For the Republican primary polls are open from 8 am to 8 pm on Tuesday, March 10th. Voters can visit the state’s voting website to find their polling place: http://www.idahovotes.gov/YourPollingPlace/WhereDoIVote.aspx
The Democrat primary will also take place on Tuesday, March 10th. The doors will close at 7pm for each caucus rally. The state offers a website to assist voters in finding their caucus location: http://idahodems.org/