The 2020 general elections are around the corner, and Michigan will be holding races for 14 US House seats, 1 US Senate seat, and several state positions on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. First things first, though, the state Presidential primary was held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, for both parties.
With betting lines closed on that event, you can still vote on the national winner of the DNC primary and the GOP primary, as well as on the candidate and party to win the 2020 presidential election. Debate props and futures (like Trump resignation odds and Trump impeachment odds) are also available.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
**Odds pulled from Bovada Sportsbook.
Michigan was one of the closest states in the 2016 Presidential election, with Donald Trump winning out by 10,704 votes. Trump pulled in 47.50% of the vote, while Hillary Clinton got 47.27% of the vote. Expect MI to be a hotly contested battleground state in the 2020 election.
Bernie Sanders won the Michigan Democratic primary in 2016, but there were plenty of questions as to whether he could do so again. Before the MI primary, he was trending at third per the odds for the Democratic primary, and he ultimately finished well behind Joe Biden in the vote.
Oddsmakers typically produce lines for particular state primaries and who is likely to win, but only when the primary itself is near. However, the GOP primary didn’t have odds on the race, as Trump was a shoo in per the Republican nomination odds. Trump won the MI GOP primary with 93.7% of the vote and took all 73 delegates.
Betting on the Presidential primary is a fun way to get involved in politics. While many people take politics to the extreme, others like to view the industry as a sort of sport unto itself, putting up some cash to bet on their predictions. More Presidential election odds will be available soon, and this page will always be updated with the latest lines, props, and futures throughout the voting season.