Maine is looking to fill one US Senate seat, two US House seats, and several other state legislative positions in the 2020 general election, which will be held on November 3, 2020. But before that, the state voted on the GOP and DNC Presidential nominees. In past years, ME held caucuses, but in June 2019, the state governor signed into law a bill that moved the state from the caucus to the statewide primary system. Maine’s primaries took place on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
Odds for Maine’s state races have yet to be posted, but there are plenty of 2020 election odds up right now at several offshore sportsbooks. You can bet on a host of things, like the GOP and DNC candidates, the winner of the 2020 Presidential election, and even on hot-button issues like President Donald Trump’s impeachment chances.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
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Maine, a typical blue lock, was surprisingly close in 2016, with Hillary Clinton winning the state over Donald Trump by three points, 47.83% to 44.87%. Libertarian Gary Johnson arguably cost Trump an unlikely GOP victory by siphoning off 5.09% of voters. Maine could be a swing state in 2020, though third-party spoilers could be a factor again.
The Maine Democratic primary was held on the same day as the GOP race: Tuesday, March 3, 2020. In 2016, Bernie Sanders won the Maine caucuses, but underdog Joe Biden had a huge upset, beating him out for the win in 2020.
While Bernie was sitting high atop the 2020 Democratic nominee odds boards, he’s not currently the front-runner, and Joe Biden was leading him in ME, polling 4-5 points higher than Sanders.
The Maine Republican primary election was held on Tuesday, March 3, 2020. Maine has historically used a caucus system, but the state moved to a primary election model in 2019. While ME is an overwhelmingly blue state, incumbent Donald Trump has the best odds to win the GOP primary, which he did easily.
Online betting sites generally post odds for state-specific primaries when the primary elections are near. These odds offer a fun way for residents and election betting enthusiasts to participate in political wagering. Even though the ME primaries are over, you can wager on a host of general election action right now.