The 2020 general election in Illinois will consist of one US Senate seat race, 18 US House seat races, and contests for several state positions. The heavily Democratic state held its DNC and GOP primaries on Tuesday, March 17, 2020, with the general election being on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
The odds below list the most current election betting odds regarding the 2020 races. However, at this time, there are no odds yet posted specifically for Illinois’ general election outcomes. While this page will be updated as time progresses and those odds are made available, you can wager on the remaining Democratic and Republican primaries as well as the 2020 Presidential election and various political props right now.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
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Illinois is reliably blue thanks primarily to Chicago, one of the country’s largest cities. As a result, Hillary Clinton won the state easily, taking 55.83% of the vote. Donald Trump, while taking far more counties statewide (which is a typical Republican trend in most states), only took 38.76% of the popular vote. Illinois is not considered to be a swing state in 2020.
Early on, the race seemed heated in IL, but as the field was whittled down to Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, the establishment candidate was massively favored going into the March 17 election per the DNC primary odds. As expected, Joe Biden won easily.
The Illinois GOP primary was held on March 17, 2020. President Donald Trump was the favorite, and just as the Republican primary odds predicted, Big Orange won bigly, taking a massive 96% of the vote and all 67 delegates.
Betting on the 2020 Illinois Presidential election is possible, but not at any of the recently legalized domestic IL sportsbooks. Instead, in order to wager on IL elections, you’ll have to head over to a reputable political betting site. These offshore books offer the only safe, viable ways to wager on your favorite candidates before and during election season, and their odds are updated regularly.