In 2020, North Dakota will be holding a general election on Tuesday, November 3, to determine the state’s governor and who will take the state’s single US House of Representatives seat. Of course, ND voters will also be casting their picks for the next President of the United States, so the election is highly anticipated.
ND held its Democratic caucus on March 10, 2020, which Bernie Sanders won convincingly. However, even though that vote is over, you can still visit the best online election betting operators and get odds for the DNC and GOP primary winners as well as the general election winner and a selection of other political betting odds.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
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In 2016, North Dakota was a reliably red state for the Presidential election, with voters choosing Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton by over 35 points (62.96% to 27.23%). Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson took 6.22% of the vote, but the third party “spoiler” was not a factor for Democrats or Republicans in the overall ND vote.
The ND Democratic Caucus was all in for Bernie Sanders in 2016, as he beat eventual DNC nominee Hillary Clinton 64.21% to 25.63%. This time, Bernie Sanders’ betting odds showed that he was the underdog in ND, though he beat Joe Biden easily. He’s faring worse against Biden nationwide, however, as you can see in the current Democrat primary odds.
The Republican caucus system in North Dakota yielded overwhelming support for President Donald Trump, and the incumbent also won the state GOP convention back in 2016 over Ted Cruz. Just one look at how GOP primary betting is going should tell you all you need to know about how strong Trump’s lead is nationwide, and ND supports him at an even higher rate than the national average. That was borne out when Trump won the ND Republican caucus and took all 29 delegates.
North Dakota is considered to be a solidly Republican state. ND voters have chosen Republican candidates in the last seven Presidential elections, have had Republicans serving as the last three governors, and have installed a state government trifecta. While North Dakota is basically a foregone conclusion for the GOP in 2020, you can still wager on the big races while enjoying other interesting election lines, including Trump impeachment odds, Democratic debate odds, and much more.