Mississippi General Election Betting Odds
Mississippi has recently legalized sports betting and is looking to further better the state by electing state officials, a Senator, and 4 House Representatives. At this time we only have odds for the special Senate race, more odds will come as the 2020 election draws near. Below are the current odds for the 2018 Mississippi Senate race.
Odds For Cindy Hyde-Smith To Win Mississippi Senate Election -700
Odds For Chris McDaniel To Win Mississippi Senate Election +1000
Odds For Mike Epsy To Win Mississippi Senate Election +600
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Voter Information For 2018 Midterm Elections In Mississippi
The 2018 Midterm elections will be held in Mississippi on November 6th. there is no online registration or same day registration so voters must get registered before October 8th to vote in the 2018 Midterm elections. There are no early voting and poll times will be open from 7am-7pm.
2020 Mississippi Republican Primary
In 2016 Donald Trump won the Mississippi Republican Primary with 47% of the vote. Donald will be on the ballot this time around too. It will be interesting to see how he does in the polls after his first term. When the election and the primaries get closer, state-specific odds will be available for people who like to bet on the primaries.
2020 Mississippi Democrat Primary
In 2016 Hillary won the Mississippi Democratic Primary with 82% of the vote. There are currently no odds for the 2020 Democratic primary but as the election draws closer we expect to more odds to become available.
Betting on the 2020 Mississippi Presidential Primary
Betting on the Presidential primary is a good way to get involved in political betting. Betting on USA elections is as popular around the world as it is in America. the Mississippi Presidential primary is set for March 10th, 2020.
Polls are open in Mississippi from 7 am to 7 pm throughout the state. A photo ID must be presented in order to vote. Voters must request a ballot for a specific party. You can find your polling location at this website: http://www.sos.ms.gov/pollingplace/Pages/default.aspx