The odds and outlook for the Tennessee Democratic Primary.

  • Joe Biden is favored to win the Tennessee Democratic Primary.
  • Tennessee is one of 14 states holding their Democratic Primaries today.
  • Tennessee has open primaries which means any voter regardless of party affiliation can participate.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Democratic Party is getting closer to nominating a Presidential Candidate as fourteen states voice their opinions on who they think would give the Democratic Party the best chance to beat President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election taking place in November.

The Tennessee Democratic Primary is one of the key battleground states that could be the difference between earning the party nomination or not.

Now that Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar have dropped out of the race and endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden, it should give his campaign a major boost going forward especially after a statement victory in South Carolina.

Tennessee Democratic Primary Odds

Biden will likely continue to ride the momentum from his South Carolina primary victory and the Tennessee Democratic odds boards have him as a -800 favorite to win the biggest portion of the states 64 delegates.

Trailing Biden is Bernie Sanders who has +500 odds. It’s been tough to gauge polling trends in the state of Tennessee but Biden being the favorite at sportsbooks should provide a minimum level of insight for how the primary should turnout.

Behind the Biden-Sanders duo leading the primary is former Mayor of New York Michael Bloomberg with +2500 odds to pull off an upset in Tennessee. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has the longest odds of any candidate to win the Tennessee Democratic Primary at +12500.

Warren especially will need to get some delegates under her belt, or she’ll likely be dropping out of the race and giving Bernie Sanders a much-needed endorsement to help in his fight against Bloomberg and Biden.

The Big Picture

The race in Tennessee is one of the first major dominos to fall and should be one of the best predictors of which candidate will earn the Democratic Presidential Nominee.

In one of the biggest Super Tuesdays voters have seen in recent history, a lot is at stake and the tide of the race for 270 delegates will take another twist once the results are in.

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