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

2020 New York Presidential Primary And General Election Betting Odds

New York Primary & General Election Odds 2020

For the upcoming general election on November 3, 2020, New Yorkers will be electing 27 US House representatives and casting their votes for the President of the United States. Of course, before the general election, NY will be holding its Presidential primaries  for both the Democrat and Republican nominations on Tuesday, April 28, 2020.

If you want to know how to bet on elections, it’s easy enough. Even though NY has recently legalized sports betting, however, you won’t find any in-state election betting odds. For those, you’ll have to use a reputable offshore sports betting site.

  • Odds For Donald Trump To Win New York General Election: TBA
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2020 New York Republican Primary Odds

While New York is practically a foregone conclusion for the Democratic party in any major election, Donald Trump has near total support from the state’s GOP and Republican voters. In 2016, Trump grabbed nearly 60% of NY voters in the Republican primary, and due to being atop the GOP odds boards, he’s likely to take the state again in April 2020.

2020 New York Democratic Primary Odds

New York might be heavily blue, but that just means that the Democratic primary candidates have to fight that much harder to win residents’ votes. There is a logjam at the top of the DNC betting odds boards, with several progressive candidates jockeying for NY’s blessings. The top candidates right now are Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, and Bernie Sanders.

Betting on the 2020 New York Primary

New York is a solid blue state and has voted Democrat in the last seven presidential elections. The Republicans have virtually no chance of flipping the state red, and it’s unlikely that they’re going to dedicate too many resources in the attempt to do so.

However, NY will play a big role in determining who gets to run for President on the Democratic ticket, and you can wager on who you think will win the nomination at any offshore election betting site. And, as is particularly popular in the Empire State, you can also bet on Trump impeachment odds.

2020 New York General Election Information

Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Federal Election

  • Electoral College Votes: 29
  • House seats up for election: 27
  • Senate seats up for election: 0

State Election

  • House (aka Assembly) seats up for election: 150
  • Senate seats up for election: 63
  • Governorship up for election: No

How Did NY Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?

In 2016, Hillary Clinton easily took New York with 59.01% of the vote, while Donald Trump scored only 36.52% of the vote. With a Democratic trifecta at the state level, NY is viewed as a blue stronghold, and while Trump should win the GOP nod in the state for 2020, he will not likely spend much time campaigning there. Of course, neither will the Democrats.

What is NY’s Political Landscape?

  • State House (aka Assembly): Democratic majority (106-43, 1 independent)
  • State Senate: Democrat majority (40-22, 1 vacancy)
  • Gubernatorial: Democratic

Voter Information for 2020 New York Primaries

  • When do the polls open? NY’s Presidential primaries will be held on Tuesday, April 28, 2020. The polls will be open on election day from approximately 6:00 am to 9:00 pm, depending on the municipality in question.
  • Where do I go to vote? To find your NY polling place, you can use the voter lookup form at the state’s elections website.
  • Can I vote early New York? Yes, NY now offers early voting as of the 2020 elections. Residents will have 10 days of early voting available to them before every election.
  • Does NY offer absentee voting? New York does not allow no-excuse absentee voting. To see if you qualify for an NY absentee ballot, visit the state’s online voter portal.