The state of Vermont will be holding several elections including the Vermont Presidential Primary Election on March 3rd, 2020 and the Presidential ElEction, and several General elections on November 3rd, 2020. The state’s General elections will include a governors race, state House and Senate races, and one US House seat. Below are updated betting odds for each candidate, however, at this time these odds are not available. Once this information is provided we will update this page.
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Vermont is a blue state through and through. Having voted democratic in six of the last seven presidential elections, elected two out of three democrat governors, and a democratic-controlled state Legislature, they have demonstrated the influence of the democratic party in the state. Vermont is the home state of Bernie Sanders, giving him an edge in the March 3rd primary if he so chooses to run again after his 2016 campaign.
Both parties hold their primaries on March 3rd, with open voting, hence voters can vote for any candidate they choose, regardless of party affiliation. Other states taking part in the first Super Tuesday of primary season include Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
With Vermont’s progressive – liberal leanings, it is expected that the more moderate and liberal candidates will fare better in this territory during the primaries. This means that Vermont is a friendly region for Trump, and being the incumbent Republican President doesn’t hurt. Trump is likely going to be the nominee here unless a more likeable well-known Republican challenges him.
There are 16 delegates up for grabs for republicans in Vermont, and a 20% minimum threshold that must be met in order to earn any delegates in the proportional allocation. Should a candidate earn 50% or more of the vote, they will qualify for a winner takes all scenario and effectively earn all 16 delegates.
Find out how candidates stand compared to the 2020 Republican Presidential Primary Odds.
As expected, Trump took the win in Vermont, however his lead over Kasich was marginal by only about 2 points. Both Trump and Kasich were awarded 8 delegates each. Also as expected, Cruz did not do well in Vermont with its anti-conservatism disposition. Trump won 32.7% of the vote, while Kasich came in at 30.4% of the vote. Rubio came in third with 19.3%.
Vermont is likely to welcome any Democratic candidate that resembles Bernie Sanders. He is a favorite in the state and if he ran a clear one, however, Sanders has not announced a run for the 2020 Presidency. The democrats have 26 delegates up for grabs, awarded proportionally, with a 15% minimum threshold required in order to receive any of the delegates.
Check out the 2020 Democrat Nomination Betting Odds for more information on candidates and wagering options.
As expected, Bernie Sanders swept the state for the win with 86.1% of the vote, earning all 16 delegates. Clinton walked away with only 13.6% of the vote and zero delegates. Of course, this is what we expected to happen based on the odds and polling numbers from this state.
At this time it is too early to assume how either party will fair as some candidates may not last until 2020, there have already been two withdrawals. While a number of candidates entered the ring, it is hard to determine who will stay. As we get closer to the presumed nominees being determined for each party, you can see how the betting lines will too shape up for the 2020 Presidential Election.