State Primary Election Odds For 2020 2020 Washington Presidential Primary and General Election Odds

2020 Washington Presidential Primary and General Election Odds

Washington General Election Betting Odds 2020 + Primaries

On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Washington will have is general election which will include races for state and federal seats, the governorship, and the US Presidency.  For the latter election, which is sure to be the most controversial and heated in history, the Washington Presidential primary will be held on Tuesday, March 10.

While parties in the state used to employ a caucus system, this cycle, both Democrats and Republicans will having statewide primaries. If you want to vote on these elections and all the other drama surrounding the lead-up to them, you can do so at any reputable political betting site.

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2020 Washington Republican Primary Odds

The 2020 WA Presidential primary will be held on Tuesday, March 10. However, Donald Trump, the incumbent, does not currently have any real challengers trending near him per the GOP betting odds, and national polls bear out the same result.

As such, Trump will likely coast to the Republican nomination in WA, though the state is likely out of his grasp in the general election. Of course, Trump impeachment could change all that, though it’s too early to tell how serious an issue that’s going to be.

2020 Washington Democratic Primary Odds

The Washington Democratic primary should be interesting, as the state has a tendency to go with anti-establishment candidates. In 2016, Bernie Sanders won every county in WA, beating Hillary Clinton with 72.72% of the vote compared to her 27.10%.

This cycle, Bernie Sanders odds are looking decent, and that spells trouble for front-runner Elizabeth Warren. By March 10, 2020, Sanders could easily take the state, setting up high drama atop the DNC betting odds boards.

Betting on the 2020 Washington Primary

Washington is considered to be a Democratic leaning state and quite liberal.  They are one of the few states that has legalized recreational marijuana use and that has implemented a $15 minimum wage policy (only in Seattle).

This indicates that the state’s residents hold political preferences that are progressive in nature, which should considered when wagering on primary candidates and betting on the 2020 Presidency.

2020 WA General Election Information

Date: Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Federal Election

  • Electoral College Votes: 12
  • House seats up for election: 10
  • Senate seats up for election: 0

State Election

  • House seats up for election: 98
  • Senate seats up for election: 25
  • Governorship up for election: Yes

How Did WA Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?

Given Washington’s liberal bent, the 2016 Presidential election wasn’t particularly close. Hillary Clinton won the race with 54.30% of the vote, while Donald Trump took in 38.07%. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson took 5.01% of the vote and was not a factor in altering the main party outcome. Trump will likely campaign in Washington, but it’s largely considered a foregone conclusion for another blue victory in 2020.

What is Washington’s Political Makeup?

  • State House: Democratic majority (57-41)
  • State Senate: Democratic majority (29-19, 1 vacancy)
  • Gubernatorial: Democratic

2020 Washington Primary Voter Information

  • When do the polls open? The Washington Presidential primaries will be held on Tuesday, March 10, 2020. Polling places will not be available, however, as the state exclusively uses mail-in ballots. Ballots must be postmarked on election day or earlier to be valid.
  • Where do I go to vote in WA? You can vote wherever you want in Washington, as the state is vote-by-mail only.
  • Can I vote early in Washington? Yes, all WA voters can vote early, as the state uses mail-in voting exclusively.
  • Does WA offer absentee voting? All Washington voting is technically absentee voting. To request your WA ballot, simply visit the Washington elections website.