State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 New Mexico Presidential Primary And General Election Betting Odds

2020 New Mexico Presidential Primary And General Election Betting Odds

New Mexico General Election Odds 2020

What are the odds for New Mexico state official incumbents to retain their seat? What are the odds for someone in the field to steal it? Will Donald Trump be favored in the state? With the New Mexico 2020 General Election and 2020 Presidential Election coming up, we’ve provided updated betting odds below and offer recommendations on which sportsbooks are the most reputable to place your political wagers at.

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Betting Odds for the 2020 New Mexico Presidential Primary

New Mexico is another state that is included in the very last Super Tuesday of the primary season. As is the case with the other June 2th primaries such as New JerseyMontana, and others, the Presidential nominee for each party is typically chosen prior to NM’s primary election. New Mexico’s primary is closed, which means that voters may only participate on the ballot for the political party for which they are registered with; at this time, the Democratic and Republican parties are the only official parties in the state of New Mexico.

New Mexico is a strong blue state that has voted Democrat in five of the last seven presidential elections. They still maintain some Republican presence within their split state legislature and with two of the last three Governors being Republican, including the former sitting governor, Susana Martinez. However, the current Governor, Michelle Lujan Grisham, is a Democrat meaning New Mexico could go either Democrat or Republican this time around in 2020.

Follow the 2020 Presidential Election Betting Odds to see how the leanings of individual states affect the lines. Both New Mexico state Senators are Democrat and two of the three House representatives are Democrats.

2020 New Mexico Republican Primary

New Mexico delivers a total of 24 delegates for Republicans. These delegates are awarded proportionally, with a 15% minimum threshold in order to win any delegates. While the number is low, at this point, every delegate counts. trump did fairly well in New Mexico in 2016, while the state favored other Republican candidates, Trump still won the state over in the end in the Republican primary. Trump will likely rally his constituents in New Mexico to maintain support for him.

2020 New Mexico Democratic Primary

The Democratic candidates will be battling over 43 delegates in the state of New Mexico. They are awarded proportionally with a 15% minimum threshold that must be met to be eligible. While polls and odds data is not yet given for the New Mexico Democratic primary, we will update this page as soon as they are available.

Betting on the 2020 New Mexico Presidential Primary

Since no polling figures or betting odds have been released for the Democratic or Republican side of the race, your guess is as good as ours at this moment. Sportsbooks have yet to release all the odds but as soon as they do we will update this section.

2020 New Mexico Voter Information

Early voting begins on May 2020. Election day is June 2nd, with polls historically open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. The primaries in New Mexico are closed, hence you must vote according to the party for which you are registered. Voter registration closes approximately 28 days prior to Election Day. You can get information about voter registration, polling locations, and all other election-related information at this website:   https://portal.sos.state.nm.us/OVR/WebPages/PollingPlace.aspx