Oregon will be holding Presidential Primary elections, as well as, the General Election for local state official seats in 2020. The state’s General election and Presidential Election will occur on November 3rd, 2020. Below are available odds on top candidates considered in the race, however, at this time sportsbooks have yet to release odds.
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Oregon is considered to be a Democratic-leaning state according to 2016 Gallup: Gallup Poll. They categorize Oregon this way because they have more than a 5% but less than a 10% advantage with party affiliation. However, when looking at how the state has gone in previous elections, we feel the state is more of a true blue state for the Democrats.
The state has voted Democrat in the last seven presidential elections, and maintain a democratically controlled legislature. They have also had three Democrat governors in the last three terms. To us, those voting and election trends resonate a clear democratic position which will be reflected in the 2020 Election.
Both the Republicans and Democrats will be holding their Presidential primaries on May 19th. Oregon’s primaries are closed, which means voters must vote according to their registered party affiliation.
In a changing of the rules, the Republican Party of Oregon had eliminated superdelegates for the state primary in 2016. This means that more delegates will go to the candidates instead of being unbound. Combine that with the fact that the 28 Republican delegates are awarded proportionally to candidates based on statewide voting, then each candidate clearly has a vested interest in actively campaigning in Oregon.
While we will have to wait for current polling and/or betting odds to be released before we can provide any insight into which direction Republican voters might go.
Trump took an overwhelming win in Oregon, securing 66.6% of the republican vote and 18 delegates. Since this primary election had taken place, both Kasich and Cruz have withdrawn from the race, leaving Trump as the presumptive nominee. Trump’s win was not terribly surprising based on the liberal leaning of the state. Learn more on our page dedicated to the Republican Nomination Betting Odds.
There has not been any current polling done in Oregon to provide any insight into which way Democrats are leaning at this point in terms of Democratic Primary nominations. Once polling figures and betting odds have been released, we will all have a better grasp on the mindset of the voters and which candidate is the likely victor in Oregon and post those odds here.
Sanders was the winner in Oregon, earning 65% of the vote among democrats and 34 delegates. Clinton earned 25 delegates. Oregon is a very liberal state, so the fact that they are embracing Sanders” far left message is not surprising.
As we are all waiting on betting odds and current polling figures that reflect the mood and mindset of voters in Oregon, it is just really hard to even guess at who the frontrunners might end being. As far as we”ve seen, as of the writing of this content, Oregon has not yet been added to the betting lines at political betting sites featured in this guide.
However, it is still wise to keep an eye on this state’s race as it will no doubt have an impact on who becomes the nominee and how strong that candidate will be in the general election. For more betting options, check out the 2020 Presidential betting odds on our home page.
Oregon has adopted a vote by mail system that has increased voter participation simply by making it so convenient. Voters receive their ballots 2-3 weeks before the election, and must be returned via the official return envelope provided. The ballot must be received by 8pm on Election Day, which is May 19th. Voters also have the option of dropping their ballot in any of the official drop box locations that are available throughout the state.