Michigan General Election Betting Odds
The Midterm elections are around the corner and it looks as if Michigan has a heavy favorite in the Senator race. Michigan also needs to fill 14 House seats, a Governor position, and various other state positions. Here are the odds for the current Senate race in Michigan.
Odds For Debbie Stabenow To Win Michigan Senator Election -1000
Odds For John James To Win Michigan Senator Election +600
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Voter Information For 2018 Midterm Elections In Michigan
The 2018 Midterm elections will take place on November 6th at polling stations across Michigan. Michigan residents looking to get their vote counted needs to get registered, there is no online registration or same-day registration. Poll times are typically open from 7am-8pm.
2020 Michigan Republican Primary
Michigan has open primaries where voters can come and vote for their favorite candidate. Oddsmakers will typically produce odds for particular state primaries and who is likely to win. We will keep those odds in mind and post them when they become available.
2020 Michigan Democrat Primary
Bernie Sanders won the Democratic primary in 2016. Hilliary Clinton was a close second. Odds for the Democratic primary will be posted closer to the primary elections. When available we will reflect that information on this site.
Betting on the 2020 Michigan Presidential Primary
Betting on the Presidential primary is a fun way to get involved in politics. While many people take politics to the extream, and for good reason, other like to chalk up some cash and win with their predictions. More odds will be available soon and we will keep this page updated with the latest odds throughout this voter season.
Polls are open from 7 am to 8 am in Michigan, and voters can visit the state’s searchable database to find their polling location and to see a copy of the ballot for your precinct: http://www.michigan.gov/vote. Michigan does require a photo ID in order to vote. Those voters who requested absentee ballots but did not send them in can hand deliver their ballots if they choose.