On November 3rd, 2020, Washington will have their General Election which will include races such as the Gubernatorial Governors race while electing several state official seats and 10 US House of Representatives seats. On this same date, the nation will vote on the 2020 Presidential Election; the Primary will occur at an earlier date in the year. Below are available odds: at this time odds are unavailable by sportsbooks.
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The state of Washington begins their foray into the 2020 Presidential election by holding their Democratic caucus on March 26th. The Republicans will use a primary election to allocate their delegates, and this will too take place on March 26th. One thing that is different in Washington state is that you receive your ballot in the mail with a return envelope.
Voting is closed, and both the Democrats and Republicans have issued declarations that must be completed by voters who wish to participate in the primary events. The declaration is a statement of which party the voter chooses to be affiliated with. The declaration is on the return envelope for the ballot and must be completed in order for the vote to be counted.
The declaration that the voter chooses must match the candidate party for which they voted. The voter agrees not to participate in caucus or primary events for the opposing party. For the Democrat caucuses, voters must physically attend the caucus meetings for their precinct.
Washington is considered to be a democratic leaning state and rather liberal. They are one of the few states that has legalized recreational marijuana use and that has also implement the $15 an hour minimum wage policy (only in Seattle). This indicates that the state’s residents hold political preferences that are definitely progressive in nature which are things to be considered when betting on the 2020 Presidency and who will win that state in the general election.
All registered Democrats are welcomed to participate in the Primary. There are 118 delegates at stake for the Democrats. These delegates are awarded proportionally. Current polling numbers and odds are not available as of this writing, but we expect some to surface within the next few months or closer to primary election day.
Our page on Democratic nomination odds will have the most current Dem candidate odds available. While the sportsbooks are sporadic with posting their odds, when they are up they always have lines on who will win both parties.
Washington state Republicans will vote in their primary on March 26th. Washington is a proportional state, which means that the delegates are awarded proportionally based on the voting results. Some of the delegates are awarded statewide, while some are also awarded via congressional district. A candidate must meet the 50% threshold in order to receive all delegates in each district. There is a minimum 20% threshold that must be met in order to receive any delegates. Due to the absence of recent polling in Washington, we cannot tell you who is the front-runner at this time. However, due to the state’s leanings, it is most likely Trump will receive the Republican nomination.
For those of you interested in betting on who will win the 2020 Washington Republican and Democratic primary, you will have to find a legally licensed sportsbook which offer this type of betting line within their political betting platform. Both polling and odds for this state have been difficult to come by, and our guess is that Trump holds the best positions for taking the wins for his party in Washington simply based on him being the incumbent.
Democrats are holding their presidential primary on March 26th. Washington handles their primary voting by mail, there is no polling location information to worry about.
Republicans will be holding a state primary election on March 26th. You can get more information about the primary election in Washington here: http://wsrp.org