Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren set to face-off in the Massachusetts Democratic Primary.

  • Bernie Sanders is favored to win the Massachusetts Democratic Primary.
  • Massachusetts is one of 14 scheduled primaries set for Super Tuesday.
  • Michael Bloomberg has the longest odds to win the Massachusetts Primary at +10000.

BOSTON – The Democratic Presidential Primary in Massachusetts looks to be one of the more tightly contested races as voters rush to the polls Tuesday to voice their say on who should represent the party in the November elections.

Massachusetts is the home state of Sen. Elizabeth Warren who is hanging around in the Presidential race and will need a strong showing in the state to generate any kind of momentum for her campaign at this point in the race.

With Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar dropping out of the Democratic race after the South Carolina primary and endorsing former Vice President Joe Biden the aftereffects of those moves won’t be felt in the Massachusetts primary on Tuesday.

Bernie Sanders is the favorite to win the Massachusetts Democratic Primary with -275 odds. Warren in her home state is in second place with +300 odds. Warren and Sanders will be the top two vote-getters in Massachusetts by far.

In the latest polls, Massachusetts saw Bernie running away with this primary.

If you’re brave enough to roll the dice on a political miracle both Michael Bloomberg (+10000) and Joe Biden (+800) have the long-shot odds to win the Massachusetts Democratic Primary.

Biden is fresh off a statement victory in South Carolina and will try to keep his campaign rolling but Massachusetts will more than likely not be a win for him. Bloomberg has more money than all the candidates and his late entry into the race has caused him some skepticism amongst voters.

The former mayor of New York will need to get some delegates under his belt, or his campaign could be seeing the end of its days after Tuesday.

There are a lot of delegates at stake today in what should bring voters one step closer to finding out who the Democratic Presidential nominee will be. Once that happens, presidential election odds will be on the mind of voters and bettors alike.

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