By the end of this week, President Donald Trump’s health-care law will have taken effect and the nation will be facing an election for the second time in three months.
What you need for the latest election coverage:The election will see a number of states, including Michigan, Florida and Ohio, decide whether they want to join the Electoral College, which elects the president, vice president and representatives of the state legislatures.
In order to get the 270 electoral votes needed for the White House, the winner of each state’s presidential race will need at least 270 electoral vote.
The states will have to choose between voting for either the candidate who gets 270 electoral college votes or the candidate with the lowest number of electoral votes.
In addition, some states are likely to have a tie for the number of votes needed to win.
In Michigan, which holds the second and final presidential contest on Tuesday, the two candidates who finish first in the electoral vote will be tied at 269.
Michigan has historically seen a tie between its two presidential candidates, but Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) is campaigning hard against Trump and has vowed to run against the billionaire.
In an effort to boost his chances, Snyder has announced that he will join other Republican governors in holding town halls this weekend.
Michigan is also a swing state that voted for Democratic President Barack Obama in 2008, and polls show Trump has a wide lead over the other Republican candidates.
The Trump administration has also pledged to roll back the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and other environmental regulations, which have helped Trump’s popularity in many states.
Trump has also repeatedly criticised the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and claimed it is under the control of the Democrats.
“It’s a disgrace, and I think we’ve just been told it’s an agency for the Democrats,” Trump told supporters in Florida on Saturday.
“We’ve got to take our environmental protection back from the Democrats, we’ve got a very corrupt EPA.”
The election is expected to be a close one, with Trump expected to win by a wide margin.