State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 Kentucky Primary and General Election Odds

2020 Kentucky Primary and General Election Odds

Kentucky General Election 2020

Kentucky is looking to fill one vacant House of Representative seat in the upcoming General Election on November 3rd, 2020. During the 2018 Midterm Election, 19 Senate seats were up for election along with other state jobs including U.S. House, and State House seats. These three branches will be included in the upcoming 2020 Election and thus create political betting odds and lines for bettors to proactively seek.

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2020 Kentucky Republican Primary

There are currently no odds for the 2020 Kentucky primary, but there are early odds for the Republican candidate in the Presidential race. President Donald Trump is currently sitting on top of the odds at +150 with other potential candidates including Mike Pence, and Paul Ryan falling well behind his projected odds although the two have yet to announce running for the party primary.

2020 Kentucky Democrat Primary

The Democrats will not announce their endorsement until 2020 but oddsmakers have projected candidates that you can bet on now. On top of the Democrats, the sportsbooks are projecting Kamala Harris +800, Bernie Sanders +1600, and Elizabeth Warren +2500, as top candidates as of now.

Betting On The 2020 Kentucky Presidential Primary

Sportsbooks will often carry odds for state primaries including Kentucky and other southern states. As of now, there are no Kentucky specific odds available, but we will update this page with KY odds as the election draws near.

Trump And Kentucky

Kentucky is currently a Republican stronghold with a conservative demographic. In 2016 during the Presidential elections, Trump campaigned hard in the work belt of Kentucky and was able to receive a lot of support. However, domestic manufacturing and power plants have been shut down recently, likely due to Trump’s tariff wars. The local job market is suffering, but Trump has expressed interest in these lost businesses which means he will likely stop in Kentucky during his campaign trail to rally supporters and any regain any voters he may have lost or upset.

Kentucky Voter Information

To get additional information on the Kentucky Republican caucus visit this website:

Voters must be registered in order to participate in the primary. The Kentucky Democratic primary will take place on May 19, 2020.