In 2020, Nevada will hold a general election on Tuesday, November 3, which will consist of a race for four US House seats, several state seats, and the Presidential election. NV will have its Presidential caucus long before the general election, though the GOP caucus has been canceled in support of President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign. The Democratic caucus is slated for Saturday, February 22, 2020.
Of course, even though we’re a long way out from either series of NV elections, there are plenty of election betting odds available online to help you pass the time in as entertaining manner as possible. And when state-specific races have their odds posted, this page will be updated to reflect those, as well.
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Nevada historically uses a party caucus system to determine its Presidential nominees. However, the state’s GOP association has decided to forego the caucuses this year, going all in on President Donald Trump’s re-election chances.
While some view this as controversial, Trump has no real challengers (as you can see by consulting the GOP betting odds), and this way, the state’s Republican party can save money to spend on more pressing local campaigns for other government seats.
The Democrats are looking for a top candidate that they can put up against Trump in an effort to take the White House back in 2020. Several names have already made their way to the top of the Democratic betting odds boards, and with all the recent talk of Trump impeachment, those candidates could see a surge in the near future.
If you think you know which DNC hopeful is likely to get the nod, make sure to place your bets with plenty of time to go before Nevada’s 2020 Democratic caucus in February.
While NV residents have historically been able to bet at any number of Las Vegas and Nevada-based sportsbooks, the state doesn’t actually allow these books to offer political betting. As a result, Nevada bettors will need to use offshore election betting sites in order to wager on the 2020 NV primary and general elections.
Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Given that Nevada enjoys a Democratic state government trifecta (i.e. Democratic majorities in the Assembly, Senate, and governor’s office), Donald Trump did surprisingly well, winning all but two counties and taking 45.50% of the vote. Hillary Clinton won the state, however, taking 47.92% of the vote. Nevada could be a swing state in 2020, so you can expect both party candidates to campaign heavily there.