State Primary Election Odds For 2020 Tennessee 2020 Presidential Primary & General Election Odds

Tennessee 2020 Presidential Primary & General Election Odds

2020 Tennessee General Election Betting Odds

The 2020 General election in Tennessee will consist of a race for 9 US House seats, 1 US Senate seat, and several state seats. The state’s general election will coincide with Election day where the nation participates in electing the next US President – on November 3rd, 2020. Tennessee, however, will hold its Primaries on Super Tuesday, March 3rd. Below are available odds on the 2020 Presidential election as odds for Tennessee’s races and primaries are not yet populated but will be added as soon as they are available.

Odds For Donald Trump To Win Tennessee General Election TBA

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Tennessee Presidential Primary Betting Odds For 2020

Tennessee is one of the 11 states that participate in the 2020 Super Tuesday. Typically carried by the Republicans, Tennessee is usually a red state, but does have a democratic presence to speak of. Both parties hold their primary on March 3rd as part of Super Tuesday, and each of them offer open primary voting. This means that voters are free to vote for any candidate they choose, regardless of what party they are registered with. There are 58 Republican delegates to be awarded and 67 democrat delegates up for grabs.

Betting on the 2020 Tennessee Primary

The odds for winning the Republican primary in Tennessee favor Trump due to his position as incumbent ad no real threat from another Republican challenger. At this moment in time, it is too difficult to pinpoint which Democratic candidate would win the Democratic Primary pick as several have recently just announced their run.

Results With Delegates Won In 2016


As expected, Donald Trump took the win in Tennessee with a substantial lead over Cruz and Rubio, who came in second and third place. Trump beat Cruz by a smooth 14 points, and Rubio by 17 points. The state of Tennessee is not a winner takes all, and as long as you earn at least 20% of the vote, you are awarded delegates proportionally. Carson and Kasich did not earn enough of the votes to be awarded any delegates. Despite Rubio’s campaigning efforts and strong endorsements, he was not able to perform well in Tennessee. Both the polls and betting odds pointed to a Trump victory, so regardless of how you feel about Trump’s politics, betting on him from time to time can win you some extra money. The breakdown of delegates was awarded as follows:

Trump 31 delegates

Cruz 14 delegates

Rubio 9 delegates

Carson 0 delegates

Kasich 0 delegates


In an even bigger victory margin, Clinton overtook Sanders by 34 points, Sanders did earn enough votes to receive some delegates however, so it was not a total loss for him. In fact, his share of the second place delegates was not too shabby at all, exceeding what the leftovers for the GOP candidates got. Had Sanders spent some time campaigning in Tennessee, then he may have done a little better among voters. The odds favored Clinton for the win, and most gamblers were probably savvy enough to recognize that the betting odds and polls lined up pretty squarely, indicating that the best bet to win the Tennessee Democratic primary was Hillary Clinton. The breakdown for democrat delegates is as follows:

Clinton 42 delegates

Sanders 22 delegates