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 were held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020.
Below are available betting lines and odds for the 2020 general election and various other political outcomes. Some state-specific MO races for the general November election do not yet have betting lines posted, but these will be published as the election draws nearer.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
**Odds pulled from Bovada Sportsbook.
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.
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. However, for the DNC ticket, things are coming into focus now, particularly after Joe Biden won the MO primary. These were the odds going into the March 10 race:
According to the GOP betting odds, there are no party challengers that have much of a chance against The Donald. In Missouri, Trump won the Republican primary easily, taking 96.8% of the vote and earning all 54 delegates.