2018 Missouri General Election Betting Odds Updated
Following are the current betting lines for the Missouri US Senate midterm races. Along with this Senate seat, all eight seats for the US House of Representatives are up for re-election. If and/or when odds and betting lines emerge for the House races, we will list them here. The sportsbooks below include a variety of additional political betting odds that are not specific to Missouri as well.
Odds For Claire McCaskill (D) To Be Elected To The US Senate +110
Odds For Josh Hawley (R) To Be Elected To The US Senate -140
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Missouri Amendment 4
This amendment would allow religious, charitable, fraternal, service, and veteran organizations who hold bingo games the ability to reduce the amount of time required to be a member to run a bingo game from two years to six months. In addition, the amendment would also allow these organization the right to advertise outside of their own premises.
A Yes vote on this amendment would allow members of these organizations to manage bingo games after being a good-standing member for six months instead of two years and allow the organization to advertise where advertising is permitted. A No vote rejects this idea and keeps the time to run bingo games to two years and keeps the ban on the organization being able to advertise.
There are no campaigns registered for or against and have been no donations reported to either side of Missouri Amendment 4.
Missouri Primary Betting Odds For 2020
The presidential battleground will reach Missouri on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 as one of six states holding primaries and caucuses in the presidential election on that date. Though it has the smallest number of delegates among the states holding contests on this date, it is still considered a coveted prize by candidates. The top four candidates will most likely actively campaign in the state leading up to the primary.
Missouri is in the top 20 for delegate allocation, and their early placing in the primary season gives the state a voice in determining who will become the party nominees for both the republicans and democrats. Below we will provide a little snapshot of the status of the race for each party, as well as information on the odds associated with this contest. Betting on Presidential politics has become a popular form of gambling entertainment for political pundits and enthusiasts, and our guide will point you in the right direction for the best odds and most competitive betting lines.
2020 Missouri Republican Primary
Since there are not yet any candidates officially running for President in 2020 other than the incumbent Donald Trump, there is not any fresh information as of yet. It is unknown whether or not anyone from the Republican party will challenge Trump for the Presidency.
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 it wouldn’t be the first instance that it has happened. Donald Trump did win Missouri in 2016 with 56.4% of the vote, so we don’t think voters in the state will have an issue voting for him again. Hillary received only 37.9% of the vote in Missouri in 2016.
Aside from betting on which Republican will win Missouri, we also have a page on betting on who will win the Republican nomination.
2020 Missouri Democratic Primary
While we are certain that a Democrat will run agains President Trump, it is unknown at this time who the official candidates will turn out to be. Having a reality TV star become president certainly has changed the range of what is and is not likely and/or possible, so nobody is ruled out at this point.
We also offer a page for betting on who will win the Democratic primary nomination.
Betting on the 2020 Missouri Presidential Primary
Within a few months of the Missouri state Presidential primaries we will present information regarding those who are running, their status in the race and how Missouri residents seem to feel about the candidates.
The polls are open in Missouri from 7 am to 7 pm on Tuesday, March 10th. Voters must provide a photo ID and be registered to vote. The following link will provide voters with information on everything from where and when to vote, what to bring with you, how to register to vote, how to volunteer to be a poll worker, and everything else concerning participation in the presidential primary.