Montana has a heated US Senate race, one US House race, and a gubernatorial race coming up on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Of course, the biggest race of the MT general election will be the Presidential race, contested on the same day. In all, this should be one of the busiest MT elections in history.
The Montana Presidential primary will be held on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, and you can currently wager on a number of political betting lines associated with the election and the campaigns leading up to it (as well as the later general election). Though the state is only worth three electoral college votes and is a traditional Republican stronghold, anything can happen between now and the highly anticipated elections of 2020.
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The Republican primary is set for Tuesday, June 2, 2020, though the GOP nominee odds appear to favor incumbent Donald Trump, who easily won the state in 2016. While a few challengers have emerged for Trump’s nomination, it is unlikely that Montana will entertain anyone other than the President during his re-election campaign. (Unless, of course, Trump’s impeachment hullabaloo bears fruit and he’s removed from office, at which point he’d probably run as an Independent and still be favored.)
Montana’s Democratic Presidential primary will take place on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, at polling stations across Montana. In 2016, Hillary came up short against Donald Trump and lost the state in the Presidential race. However, with the betting odds on Democrats being so tight, Montana political bettors have lots of opportunity to make some serious money during the primaries, even if their favored candidates come up short in the general.
Betting on the USA Presidential primary is becoming a popular pastime, especially since MT legalized sports betting. However, political betting is off limits in Big Sky Country, so you’ll have to use an offshore election sportsbook to place your wagers.
Licensed offshore operators typically post MT-specific odds for primaries and generals as those elections get closer on the calendar. Still, for now, you have plenty of wagering options, including DNC debate props and Trump resignation odds.
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Donald Trump soundly beat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential election in Montana, winning the state 56.17% to 35.75%. Analysts believe the GOP margin of victory could have been even bigger had Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson not taken away 5.64% of the popular vote from the two main parties. Montana doesn’t appear to be competitive for the Democrats in 2020 and can be considered a Republican stronghold.