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

2020 South Carolina Primary And General Election Betting Odds

2020 South Carolina General Election Betting Odds

South Carolina will be holding several elections in 2020 including a state General election, a Presidential Primary, and a Presidential election. The state General election will include a race for one Senate seat, seven US House seats, and several state seats. The state’s General election and Presidental election will be on November 3rd, 2020 with its earlier Primary held on February, 29th.

Below are available odds on the 2020 election, at this time sportsbooks are not providing state-specific odds regarding the Primaries and General election. However, as we near election day odds may populate and they will be added here.

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Betting Odds To Win 2020 South Carolina Primary

The South Carolina primary has become one of the key early state primaries for the 2020 Presidential election. Being the first state in the South to hold a primary, the importance of doing well in SC is undeniable for both Republican and Democratic nominees. As a matter of fact, the South Carolina primary is known for being the firewall helping to weed out any potential and serious rivals to the front runners.

This page will list the current available betting odds on each candidate to win the primary nomination in South Carolina. We offer reasons why each candidate may or may not do well in the state, our own predictions and a FAQ section that will help potential bettors make more informed decisions on who to place their money on.

Current Polls For SC Primary

Republican 

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Democrat

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FAQ’s About The South Carolina Primary

What Is The Date Of The South Carolina Primary? The primary will be held on February 15th, 2020 for Republicans and February 29th, 2020 for Democrats.

How Many Candidates Are Left? Currently, there are 11 well-known Democrats and Republican incumbent Trump in the race.

How important is it for the candidates to do well in South Carolina? South Carolina is a very important state in the race for the Whitehouse.

South Carolina Primary Results From 2016

Republican

winner: Donald Trump received 239,851 votes (32.5%) winning 50 delegates.

2nd place: Marco Rubio received 165,881 votes (22.5%).

3rd place: Ted Cruz received 164,790 votes (22.3%).

4th place: Jeb Bush received 57,863 votes (7.8%) – Jeb dropped out after this primary.

5th place: John Kasich received 56,206 votes (7.6%).

last place: Ben Carson received 53,326 votes (7.2%).

Democrat

1st place: Hillary Clinton received 73.5% of the votes winning 39 delegates.

2nd place: Bernie Sanders received 26.5% of the votes winning 14 delegates.