State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 Missouri Primary and General Election Odds

2020 Missouri Primary and General Election Odds

2020 Missouri Primary + General Election Betting Odds

In 2020, Missouri will be holding several key elections including a governor’s race, a race for 8 US House of Representatives seats, a large number of state races, a Presidential primary, and a Presidential election. All of the 2020 races except for the primary will occur on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, whereas the Missouri primaries for both parties will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.

Below are available betting lines and odds for the 2020 general election, party primaries, and more. Some state-specific MO races do not yet have betting lines posted, but these will be published as the elections draw nearer.

  • Odds For Donald Trump To Win The Missouri General Election: TBA
  • Odds For Field To Win The Missouri General Election: TBA

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Odds For 2020 Missouri Republican Primary

It is unknown whether or not anyone notable from the Republican party will challenge Donald Trump for the Presidency and steal the nomination, but the probability of that happening is extremely low. And of course, the GOP betting odds of that happening are even lower.

Most of the time, etiquette prevents a member of the same party as the sitting President from challenging the seat. However, if someone chose to do so this time around, it wouldn’t be the first time that it’s happened. That said, Donald Trump won Missouri in 2016 fairly easily, and he’s currently extremely popular in the state.

Odds For 2020 Missouri Democratic Primary

While nobody knows which candidate has the best chance of facing off against presumed GOP nominee Trump, it is unlikely any of the current Democratic odds leaders will challenge him in the Missouri general election. Right now, the DNC front-runners are Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders, though outsider Andrew Yang’s betting odds have been performing well on the boards, too.

Betting on the 2020 Missouri Presidential Primary

Within a few months of the Missouri state Presidential primaries, the public will have a better idea of the short-list of DNC candidates (and whether or not Trump impeachment will be a lasting issue for the campaigns on both sides of the aisle).  Whenever the top political betting sites post their updated Missouri election odds, they’ll be published on this page. Stay tuned!

2020 Missouri 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 seats up for election: 163
  • Senate seats up for election: 17
  • Governorship up for election: Yes

How Did MO Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?

In Missouri, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton by nearly 19 points, winning with 56.38% of the vote compared against Clinton’s 37.87%. MO is a very red state historically, which means it shouldn’t be competitive for the Democrats in 2020. However, don’t expect incumbent Trump to skip the state during his campaign tours.

What is MO’s Political Makeup?

  • State House: Republican majority (113-43, 7 vacancies)
  • State Senate: Republican majority (24-10)
  • Gubernatorial: Republican

2020 Missouri Primary Voter Info

  • When do the polls open? The MO primaries are set to be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020, with the polls being open from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm.
  • Where do I go to vote? To discover your Missouri polling place, just enter your residential address at the website for the MO Voter Outreach Center.
  • Does Missouri have early voting? We don’t know about Larry, Curly, or Shemp, but MO does not permit no-excuse early voting. Got that, you wise guy? Nyuk, nyuk!
  • Does MO offer absentee voting? Missouri does not currently offer no-excuse mail-in or absentee voting. To find out if you qualify for a Missouri absentee ballot, you can visit the state page at the prior link.