State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 North Carolina Primary And General Election Betting Odds

2020 North Carolina Primary And General Election Betting Odds

North Carolina General Election Betting Odds 2020

In 2020, North Carolina will be holding its General election which will include a Gubernatorial race for its governor seat, a US Senate race for one seat, a race for 13 US House seats, and several state-level seats. Election day is November 3rd, 2020 for North Carolina’s General Election and Presidential election. The state will be holding a Primary for the Presidency on Super Tuesday, March 3rd for both parties.

Below are available odds for the 2020 election, at this time no state-specific odds have been released concerning North Carolina’s general election or Primaries, but this page will be updated once that information is provided.

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2020 North Carolina Presidential Primary Odds

North Carolina is not a ‘winner takes all’ state for either party, and allocates its delegates proportionally. This state fluctuates between red and blue, so either party has a strong chance of winning over constituents without having to move the heavens. While North Carolina is not the talk of the town when it comes to primaries, it offers enough delegates to make a difference on the GOP side and provide a boost on the Democrat side.

In an effort to have more of a say in whom becomes the nominees for each race, North Carolina moved their primaries from May up to March. By May, the presidential nominee is largely chosen for each party. However, being a part of Tuesday’s contests puts North Carolina voters in the seat for helping make that decision. Despite their earlier position in the primary season, North Carolina still does not hold the same significance as winner-take-all states such as Florida and Ohio who will make a bigger impact for their winners.

2020 North Carolina Republican Primary

From a Republican standpoint, every delegate counts, including the 72 being offered in North Carolina. However, it is difficult to see the Republican primary as a challenge seeing as Trump is the Republican incumbent and few in the party want to rattle the cage.

2020 North Carolina Democratic Primary

Democrats will be vying for 121 delegates in North Carolina, 107 of which are pledged. There are several candidates running for the 2020 election which have a good chance at winning the Democratic primary, however, whether or not they will still be in the race by Primary time no one knows.

Betting on the 2020 North Carolina Presidential Primaries

At this point in time it is too early to determine who will be a clear front-runner for the state’s Primaries. However, as campaigns form and solidify we will be able to determine a clearer prediction. Sportsbooks are prviding 2020 Presidential election odds in the meantime while they figure out odds for state-specific races.

Voter Information

The North Carolina presidential primary takes place on Tuesday, March 3rd. Polling locations are open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm. Voters must be registered 30 days prior to voting, and must be at least 18 years old, or 18 years old at the time of the general election to vote in the primary. The following links will assist voters in obtaining information about voting in the state primary.

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