State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 Virginia General Election Betting Odds & Presidential Primary

2020 Virginia General Election Betting Odds & Presidential Primary

2020 Virginia General Election Betting Odds

The Virginia General Election in 2020 will only see a race between one US Senate seat, and 11 US House seats. In this same year, the state will hold a Primary for the Presidency and participate in Election day. Election day for the president and the state’s general election will be on November 3rd, 2020. The state’s Primary will be on Super Tuesday, March 3rd.

Odds For Donald Trump To Win Virginia General Election TBA

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2020 Virginia Presidential Primary Betting Odds

Virginia is pretty straight down the middle when it comes to red or blue state. Gallup considers the state to be ‘competitive’, which means that the parties are within 5 points of each other regarding party affiliation. Both parties are well represented in the state. Virginia’s presidential primaries for both parties will be on March 3rd, Super Tuesday, and are open. This means that voters may cross party lines to vote for a candidate regardless of party affiliation. Virginia’s early placement in the primary season ensures that they have some influence over the odds to win the 2020 Presidential Election.

2020 Virginia Republican Primary

There are 49 Republican delegates available in Virginia. They are awarded proportionally. Trump is a likely favorite to win the nomination as no other Republican has challenged him for the Presidency. Virginia is a typically red-state so it will not be hard for Trump to rally supporters. Stay up to date with our page covering Republican Nomination Betting Odds.

2016 Virginia Republican Primary Results

Thanks to a proportional allocation of delegates, nobody walked away empty-handed in Virginia. Trump took the win with 34.7% of the vote, with Rubio a close second at 31.9%. They each earned 17 and 16 delegates respectively. Cruz came in third place with 16.9% of the vote and 8 delegates earned.

2020 Virginia Democratic Primary

Due to Virginia’s ‘down the middle of the road’ disposition, we will likely see Democratic candidates either tone down their Virginia touring policies or try to outshine one another. There are 109 democrat delegates up for grabs in Virginia and they will be awarded proportionally to candidates that meet the 15% minimum threshold. Follow the Democratic nomination here.

2016 Virginia Democratic Primary Results

As the polling suggested, Clinton took the win in Virginia with 64.3% of the vote and 62 delegates earned. Sanders won 35.2% of the vote and was awarded 33 delegates, hence nobody left empty-handed on the Democrat side.

Betting on the 2020 Virginia Presidential Primary

Betting on the Virginia primary may actually bring some risk and excitement to the game. While it is too early to assume who will be the likely front-runner it is a gamble as always to choose. An early pick that is successful may lead to a big payout.