The 2020 General election in Massachusetts will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The election will establish 1 US Senator, 9 US House Representatives, and other state officials. MA held its primary elections for both parties on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020.
Right now, even though the ME primaries are over, you can wager on a number of nationwide election odds right now.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
**Odds pulled from Bovada Sportsbook.
Massachusetts, along with Hawaii, were the only two states where Donald Trump didn’t win a single county. Hillary Clinton easily took the state, earning 60.01% of the popular vote compared against Trump’s 32.81%. Interestingly, MA’s governor, a Republican, won the 2018 MA gubernatorial election in a landslide (66.7% to 33.1%), but that doesn’t seem to translate to the Presidential election voting patterns of state residents.
The 2020 Massachusetts Democratic was one for the record books. There are numerous Democratic candidates who were running for the 2020 election, giving Massachusetts lots of options and lots of names jockeying for position atop the Democratic nomination odds boards.
Elizabeth Warren, who was the front runner, finished third in her home state, signalling the death knell for her campaign. The following odds were pulled from Bovada.
While former MA governor Bill Weld is actually running against Trump in 2020, he’s polling at next to nothing, and Weld’s betting odds to win the GOP party ticket are even worse.
Trump easily defeated Weld in MA, pulling 87.7% of the vote to Weld’s 9.3% (which is his best showing to date).
The Presidential primary in MA is a good indicator of who will likely be on the ballot for the Presidential election for the DNC. In 2016, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton both had significant primary wins in Massachusetts, and both ended up winning their party’s nominations.
Futures odds are available on the political betting sites listed here, but other state-specific odds are only posted when the primaries are just around the corner. In the meantime, you can vote on a host of lines and specials, including the ever-popular Trump impeachment odds.