The Oklahoma 2020 general election will see voters choosing one US Senator and five US House representatives, as well as the President of the United States. The big election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020, and there are already plenty of political betting odds you can choose from, especially on the Presidential race and associated topics.
OK’s Presidential primary was held on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020, and the race wasn’t close, with Joe Biden winning easily. Of course, there’s plenty more to bet on, and you can do so at the top election sportsbooks.
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Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020
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The Oklahoma Presidential election was a runaway for Donald Trump, who won every single county in the state and hauled in 65.32% of the vote. Hillary Clinton received 28.93% of the vote, and Libertarian Gary Johnson got 5.75% of the vote. Interestingly, Bill Weld, Johnson’s 2016 running mate, is challenging Trump in the GOP primary. Of course, the Bill Weld betting odds are not looking good, and some books aren’t even taking action on the guy.
Fifty years ago, 82% of registered voters living in Oklahoma were Democratic. That number has dropped to 42% at present, reflecting a steady decline of the number of Democrats within the state. It is thus unlikely that the state will go blue in the 2020 Presidential election, though the DNC is surely going to campaign there.
That said, given her false claims of Native American heritage, Elizabeth Warren had a tough time convincing OK Democrats to vote for her in the March primary, especially since she no longer had the best national Democrat betting odds at the time of the election. And though Bernie was leading in the OK polls, he didn’t do OK, with Biden trouncing him for the big win.
Because Oklahoma had one of the earliest primaries in 2016, Donald Trump hadn’t yet emerged as the top candidate in the field. As a result, the state got behind the more established Ted Cruz. This time around, though, the GOP betting odds showed that Trump was the Republican candidate to beat, and he won bigly in OK with 92.6% of the vote.