The United States’ Electoral College has voted to confirm Donald Trump as president, handing the Republican Party a majority of its 100 electoral votes, while Democrats have held on to their slim majority of seats in the Senate.
The result will determine whether Trump, who has been under fire for his treatment of women, minorities, and the LGBT community, can become the next president of the United States.
If the Electoral College vote goes Trump’s way, he will become the country’s 42nd president.
If Hillary Clinton wins the election, Trump will become president for a second term.
Here are a few things you need to know about the electoral college, the way the country votes, and who’s on the ballot: 1.
How it works.
The Electoral College is comprised of the state capitals of the 50 states.
In order to elect a president, each state must have a majority.
When the election is held, each of the 435 members of the Electoral Board is chosen by the states, which votes by a process known as the popular vote.
In theory, each person can vote for up to five candidates in the presidential election, but this is not always the case.
Each state’s votes are weighted to give the most representation to its congressional delegation.
The states can vote in multiple ways.
For example, California and New York have the largest Electoral College votes, which gives them the most electoral votes.
This means that each state’s representative in Congress has the largest influence in determining which presidential candidates will appear on the November ballot.
For this reason, it’s important to understand that each presidential election cycle has a specific order in which presidential hopefuls will be on the state ballots.
How to vote.
There are five electoral votes that each voter can cast in the Electoral Colleges primary.
In the general election, candidates who have won the national popular vote receive one electoral vote each.
These candidates receive three votes in the congressional districts they represent, and one vote each in the state and local races.
If a candidate wins more than two of these popular vote votes, the electoral vote is split between the two candidates.
If there is only one candidate with the most votes in any electoral district, the election results are counted separately.
The results of the presidential race are then determined by a statewide popular vote winner.
For the general, presidential, and congressional elections, the total number of votes is divided by the total votes received by the candidates in each district, which determines which candidate gets the most Electoral College support.
In each of these presidential elections, states that are more heavily Democratic are considered more competitive.
How the country voted in 2016.
During the presidential primary process, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was able to win enough electoral votes to secure the Republican presidential nomination.
The outcome was a tie.
Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee, received fewer than 40 percent of the national vote.
The national popular votes were not enough to change the outcome of the election.
If Clinton had won more than half of the popular votes, she would have received all of the electoral votes necessary to win the presidency.
But in a November 8, 2016, presidential election held in New York, Clinton received less than 50 percent of that state’s total votes.
Trump won the popular election, defeating Clinton by less than 10,000 votes.
The U.S. Constitution’s Electoral College ensures that the winner of the presidency will be the person who receives the most popular vote in a state.
How voters can influence the election’s outcome.
Electors have three options in determining the election result: cast their ballots for their party’s candidate in each congressional district, or cast their votes for the candidate of their choice.
Elector Paul Ryan is the Republican nominee in Wisconsin, and he won the state’s popular vote by more than 7.6 million votes.
Electoral College votes are also tallied on a statewide basis, meaning that each district and each state has its own representation on the Electoral Boards.
In 2020, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is seeking to win her party’s nomination for president.
The state of Wisconsin is represented by its Republican House Speaker, who was elected by the state legislature in 2018.
Elected in 2020, the Wisconsin Republican Party will vote to select Ryan as the party’s presidential nominee.
But Wisconsin has its Electoral College in 2022, and it will vote for the Democratic presidential nominee in 2024.
Who’s on and who is not eligible to vote in the upcoming presidential election.
The 2018 and 2020 elections are both scheduled to be held on November 8.
In both elections, all states have a primary.
This is the time period during which candidates run for president in the general and the presidential elections.
States that hold their primaries on November 15 and 16, which are the two days that are set aside for the presidential nominating process, will also hold primaries on March 4 and 6, and then general elections on April 4 and 5.
The Democratic presidential nomination is awarded