State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2018 Kansas General Election Betting Odds + Caucus

2018 Kansas General Election Betting Odds + Caucus

2018 Kansas General Election Betting Odds To Win The Popular Vote

Kansas has been associated as being a Republican state over the past several state and national elections. Kansas is divided into 4 districts each of which is represented by a Republican Senator. There has been an indication that the state will become a swing state anytime soon. District 3 & 4 both have strong Democratic candidates running against incumbent Republican Senators. There are currently no lines for the Senate or House of Representative races but below you will find the odds for the 2018 Gubernatorial Election.

Odds For Kris Kobach (R) to win Kansas Governor Election -180

Odds For Laura Kelly (D) to win Kansas Governor Election +150

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Gambling Ballot Measures In Kansas For The 2018 Midterm Elections

There is currently no new gambling legislation on the ballot for the 2018 Midterm elections in Kansas. In 2014 voters passed the Kansas Charitable Gaming Measure which allows charitable raffles held by religious groups, non-profit organizations, charitable, fraternal, and educational institutions to be conducted throughout the state.

2020 Kansas Presidential Caucus Odds

Kansas is undeniably a solid Republican state, demonstrating this by voting Republican in the last seven presidential elections, electing 2 Republican senators, four (out of four) Republican House representatives, and a Republican-controlled state Legislature. Two of the last three governors have been Democrats, so there is a democrat presence in the state. While it is too early to predict what way the Presidential Caucus will go, if Kansas remains true to their past voting tenses, it should swing Republican.

2020 Kansas Republican Caucus

Kansas has been a red state over the past few elections and it would be no surprise to see a Republican win this southern state again in 2020. For now, voters are focused on the Midterm elections, the results of the 2018 Midterms could determine what way Kansas is leaning before the 2020 Presidential election.

2020 Kansas Democratic Caucus

Democrats will have a hard time trying to turn this red state blue but that won’t stop the frontrunners in the 2020 Presidential election. While it is too early to make a prediction, Kansas has repeatedly voted Republican in recent years across all governmental elections.

Betting on the 2020 Kansas Presidential Caucuses

Online sportsbooks currently have Donald Trump as a heavy favorite for the 2020 Presidential election but it is still way too early to try to predict the outcome. The Midterm elections in Kansas will point in the direction of the way voters are swaying for the Presidential bid in 2020.