What is the US Presidential election going to be about?

The US Presidential elections are the most polarizing and hotly debated election of our lifetime.

As a result, there is a lot of discussion around what will happen in the election and how the candidates will perform.

But there is also a lot to be learned about who is going to win and who is not.

To understand the outcome of this election, you need to understand what the polls are saying.

These are the results from the last five elections, which are as follows: 2016 Presidential election, Donald Trump Donald Trump won the election with an astounding 59% of the popular vote, which he secured despite the fact that the electoral college voted for Hillary Clinton Hillary Clinton won the popular votes but not the Electoral College by more than 537 votes.

She won the presidency by a wide margin, but lost the popular-vote-rich states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan, and Wisconsin.

The most popular candidate was Trump, with 44.4% of vote, followed by Vice President Mike Pence Mike Pence, the governor of Indiana, who won a plurality of votes with 37.3%.

Trump won North Carolina with 50.7%, followed by Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who was second with 28.6%.

The other two candidates with a plurality were Senator Marco Rubio Marco Rubio won the state of Florida with 42.4%, followed closely by Governor Mike Pence with 30.7%.

It is no surprise that Rubio won North America’s electoral college votes with 51.5%.

The results are as they are, but there is one crucial distinction that should be noted.

The first place finisher in the popular ballot, which means that they won the vote by a large margin, is no longer in power.

This was a huge factor in the result in this election.

The second place finishers, which includes the ones that were able to beat Trump, were also able to take the Electoral Vote, which is a popular vote vote of the US that determines the President.

If one candidate has more than 50% of votes, that candidate gets the Presidency, which was the case in this year’s election.

But, the second place candidate, which included the third place candidate in Florida and a third place finter in Pennsylvania, was able to get a larger share of the Electoral vote than the first place candidate.

Trump did not win a majority of the electoral vote in the state, but he did get enough votes in Pennsylvania and Ohio to win the presidency.

That means that if he had won the majority of votes in all the states, Trump would have had a majority in the Presidency.

As of now, the results in Pennsylvania are being finalized, and will be released soon.

There is a third major factor that can impact the outcome in this campaign, which also means that it is going be interesting to see how this race plays out.

In order to get into the Electoral college, all 270 states must elect their electors by popular vote.

The number of electoral votes a candidate needs to win an election depends on how close the race is.

If a candidate is winning the popular voting vote, they get 270 electoral votes, while the most popular candidates are expected to get fewer votes.

In the case of the election, that is unlikely.

If Clinton or Trump were to win both the popular and electoral votes but lose the electoral votes by less than 50%, that candidate would be eliminated from the electoral College.

This is where the winner of the race would be decided by the total number of votes cast.

There are three main scenarios for the electoral map, according to the FiveThirtyEight forecast model.

The scenarios for November 8 are shown below.

These scenarios are different from the other four scenarios because of the fact they are based on a two-stage system.

If Trump or Clinton wins the electoral ballots and the popular or electoral vote, the winner will be determined by the first round of the voting process.

That is how the outcome is set.

The other scenarios are based off of the results of the first three presidential debates.

This first round consists of about 3.8 million votes, which results in a range of outcomes, which can be seen in the chart below.

In each of the three scenarios, Trump or Sanders wins more than 90% of those votes, and Clinton wins less than 5%.

There are several factors that can determine who wins in the electoral colleges.

The key to the outcome can be explained by the Electoral Popular Vote.

The electoral popular vote is the number of people who are likely to vote for the candidate in the most recent election.

For example, in a two person race, if the candidate with the most votes wins the popular election, they win the electoral popular votes, even though they have less than 90%.

If the candidate has less than 40% of popular votes and loses the electoral election, the election is over and the candidate will not have a chance to win.

The two-person race is different because the candidate who has the