State Primary Election Odds For 2020 Maryland 2020 General Election Betting And Primary Odds

Maryland 2020 General Election Betting And Primary Odds

2020 Maryland General Election And Primary Betting

The 2020 general election in Maryland will consist of a race for eight US House of Representatives seats as well as the Presidential election, all of which will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Before that, though, there will be a Presidential primary on both the Democratic and Republican sides of the aisle.

Maryland’s primary elections will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2020. While there are no specific odds yet posted for how MD’s primaries will play out, there are plenty of primary odds, Presidential election odds, and other political prop opportunities available at all the top offshore sportsbooks.

  • Odds for Donald Trump to win Maryland General Election: TBA
  • Odds for Field to win Maryland General Election: TBA

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2020 Odds For Maryland Republican Primary

There are 38 Republican delegates in Maryland, split between 14 state delegates and 24 others awarded via congressional district. This approach means each GOP primary candidate could win some of the delegates in MD if they win over individual districts. To receive all of the delegates, a candidate would have to win over the entire state.

This makes earning the Republican primary a bit harder, but with President Donald Trump as the incumbent and no notable Republican challengers at this moment in time, it seems likely Trump will continue to be strongly favored atop Republican primary betting boards.

2020 Odds For Maryland Democratic Primary

Maryland’s Democrat delegates are awarded to candidates proportionally, as long as they meet or exceed the 15% minimum vote threshold. Multiple recognizable Democrats have entered the race for the 2020 Presidency, and at this moment in time, it is difficult to determine which DNC candidate will win the nomination and compete in the general election. That said, the nominee is likely to be one of the current contenders per offshore DNC betting lines, like Elizabeth Warren or Joe Biden.

Betting on the 2020 Maryland Presidential Primaries

It is far too early to expect to see futures odds for the Maryland state primary.  However, you can bet on the general election, the overall primary winners on both sides, and even on wacky political props like Trump impeachment odds and various primary debate odds, too.

2020 MD General Election Information

Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Federal Election

  • Electoral College Votes: 10
  • House seats up for election: 8
  • Senate seats up for election: 0

State Election

  • House of Delegates seats up for election: 0
  • Senate seats up for election: 0
  • Governorship up for election: No

How Did Maryland Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?

In 2016, Maryland voters heavily favored Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, 60.33% to 33.91%. The state doesn’t appear to be competitive for the GOP or particularly useful for Trump’s re-election odds.

However, in 2018, Maryland re-elected a Republican governor by a wide margin (55.4% to 43.5%), so there is an outside possibility that the GOP can win the state in the 2020 Presidential election, though MD is not credibly considered a battleground state at this time.

What is MD’s Political Makeup?

  • State House of Delegates: Democrat majority (99-42)
  • State Senate: Democratic majority (32-15)
  • Gubernatorial: Republican

Maryland 2020 Primary Election Voter Info

  • When do the polls open? Maryland primary election polls will be open on Tuesday, April 28, 2020, from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
  • Where do I go to vote in MD? You can find your Maryland voting location by using the state’s Board of Elections Voter Lookup form.
  • Can I vote early in Maryland? Yes, MD offers no-excuse early voting for any registered voter in the state.
  • Does MD offer absentee voting? Yes, every voter is eligible to cast their vote via a mail-in system. You can learn more about Maryland absentee voting at the state’s BOE website.