Pennsylvania is an important state in determining who will be the next President of the United States. See the latest betting odds below for who will win the popular vote in PA.
Odds For Hillary Clinton To Win Pennsylvania General Election -500
Odds For Donald Trump To Win Pennsylvania General Election +300
Odds For Evan McMullen To Win Pennsylvania General Election +5000
Odds For Gary Johnson To Win Pennsylvania General Election +5000
Odds For Jill Stein To Win Pennsylvania General Election +5000
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According to Gallup, Pennsylvania is a competitive state, which means that the political parties are within 5 points of each other with party affiliation. When this is the case, a state is not designated red or blue. This competitive state will hold its presidential primaries on Tuesday, April 26th, along with a host of other northeastern states. The election is closed, which means democrats can only vote for democratic candidates, and republicans can only vote for republican candidates. There are no crossing party lines in this state. Independents and libertarians will be able to vote in the primary, just not on the presidential candidates. There are other elements on the ballot to vote for however outside of the presidency.
Though the local government in Pennsylvania is largely republican led, the state has gone democrat in six out of seven of the last presidential elections. The Gallup polls have the state rated as competitive, which means neither red nor blue due to the fact that the two parties are within 5% of each other when it comes to party affiliation.
While this page is geared towards the PA state primary, our homepage offers the latest odds on who will be the next President of the United States.
It is generally believed that none of the GOP candidates will have acquired the 1237 delegates necessary to clinch the nomination by April 26th. This means that Pennsylvania’s voting public will carry greater influence regarding who becomes the next republican presidential primary. This unusual sequence of events has definitely made Pennsylvanians quite happy and eager to get involved. There are a total of 71 delegates at stake in Pennsylvania, but only 17 of those are awarded to the statewide winner, with 54 of them unbound. The most recent polling has Trump as the clear frontrunner in the state with an approximate lead over Cruz of around 9 points. Kasich follows in third place.
Also held on Tuesday, April 26th, the democrats in Pennsylvania will be voicing their preference for president. The latest polling for the democrats in PA varies depending on which poll you look at, putting Clinton in the leady by 6 to 22 points. That’s enough variation that makes it impossible to predict. A 6 point lead is definitely close enough to make it anyone’s game, but a 22 point lead indicates a clear frontrunner. Polling will likely get more consistent as the actual Democratic primary voting draws near. There are 210 delegates available for the taking in Pennsylvania. These are awarded proportionally, some via statewide allocation and some via congressional districts. There is a 15% minimum threshold that must be met in order to win any delegates.
As of this writing, we did not find any live odds or betting lines available for the PA presidential primary. Whether or not an individual primary or caucus is covered in the lines is at the discretion of the individual bookmakers. It is entirely possible that this event will be added to the lines a little closer to its actual date. For the republican side, Trump is the early front runner, however he has had some polling drops as of late, so it is not outside the realm of possibilities that Cruz could close the existing gap between them. We recommend checking the odds and polling closer to April 26th in order to make a determination. We suggest the same course of action for the democratic side of this race since the existing polling is not consistent and offers a wide range of figures.
The polls will be open in Pennsylvania on April 26th from 7 am to 8 pm. To confirm your voter registration status or your polling location, you can visit this website: http://www.votespa.com/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=1174087&parentname=ObjMgr&parentid=4&mode=2. The registration deadline for voting in the Pennsylvania presidential primary has passed. The state requires voters to be registered 30 days prior to the voting day in order to participate. Early voting is not available in Pennsylvania. Information about absentee, alternative or provisional ballots can be found here: