The Louisiana General Elections will be held November 3th, 2020 at polling stations and residents are looking to fill one U.S. Senate seats in the upcoming General Elections and other local jobs including local judges and state Supreme Court officials. There are currently no Louisiana 2020 Election odds, but we will post the lines if they become available before the election.
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The 2020 elections will be held on November 3rd, 2020. Early voting and mail-in voting may be allowed for this state. Some polling places may have extended or weekend hours.
It is still too early for state-specific odds for the Republican primary. Last time around, Donald Trump won the Republican primary with 41.4% of the vote. Louisiana is a Republican safehold and Trump did well during the 2016 Presidential Election. During the Government shutdown, Trump visited Louisiana many times to rally his base and echo words of encouragement and perseverance obtaining continued support during one of the President’s political lulls.
Louisiana Democratic primary odds will be released as the primaries get closer to reality. In the 2016 Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton took 71% of the vote. We will update the Republican and Democratic primary odds as they become available.
2020 future Presidential election odds are available right now, but we will have until the primaries are closer to release any Louisiana primary odds.
If you need assistance or information about anything concerning voting in Louisiana, then the following link will be very beneficial for you. It has access to the state’s election calendar, election day information for voters, including polling locations and hours, and it has information for registering to vote and/or changing party affiliation, among many other topics that are important to LA voters.
Louisiana Act 322, the “Louisiana Fantasy Sports Contest Act,” would legalize fantasy sports contests that have an entry fee and prize pool, like ones offered by DraftKings and FanDuel, only in the parishes where a majority of residents voted yes on the measure.
Fantasy sports contests would remain illegal in any parish where the majority of residents voted no on the measure.
Any parish that legalizes fantasy sports contests will be allowed to subject operators to its own regulation and tax rates.
Currently, the right to run and operate a fantasy sports contest is legal in 42 states.
At this present time, there are no registered campaigns for or against this measure and have been no donations made to any political action committees relating to the passing of Louisiana Act 322.
You can find the betting odds on upcoming issues and political races from ballots in Louisiana and every other state ballot at the above sportsbooks table.