2016 Presidential election: The United States will vote on November 8, 2016, in what has become a national election for the first time in more than 30 years.
It’s a crucial election to determine the direction of the country, the health of the US economy and whether a President Donald Trump can fulfill his campaign promises.
It is the first of four presidential elections in 2020 that will be contested.
In the meantime, the nation will have to endure an exhausting campaign season that is likely to be remembered for what it is not.
It will be the first election since 2000 that neither major party will receive more than 50 percent of the vote in any state, according to the Associated Press.
It also means the two major party nominees will not have an advantage in the general election.
Here are the key factors that determine the outcome.
Election results are expected to be announced in a few days.
In this election, Democrats have a solid lead in the national popular vote, according the US Election Commission.
Republicans have a sizable lead in states that have held the presidency since 2000.
However, Democrats can still win in states such as Florida and Nevada, which are expected vote next Tuesday.
Trump will face off against Democrat Hillary Clinton in a close race for the White House, a contest that will also be the biggest test for Trump as he seeks to cement his presidency.
In November, Trump will face a field of candidates in four battleground states: Colorado, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The candidates have a combined $1.8 trillion to spend in the run-up to the election.
The most expensive Senate race in US history will also have an impact on the outcome of the race.
Republican Doug Jones will face Democrat Roy Moore in Alabama, which votes next Tuesday, November 9.
Jones, who lost to Moore in the November 6 special election, will be a Democrat.
But Moore, who has said he is not a “true conservative” and a racist, will likely benefit from his status as a conservative and is a strong supporter of President Donald J. Trump.
Jones is currently polling in third place in the polls behind Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Luther Strange.
Trump, who won the White house last year, will face former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the hotly contested Senate seat in Alabama.
The race has been considered one of the most competitive in the country.
The US is widely considered to be the most racially and ethnically diverse country in the world.
However the country is also one of America’s most racially segregated states, with a significant African-American population.
In Alabama, the race between Jones and Rice has been viewed as a bellwether election.
There are already calls for Jones to drop out of the Senate race and return to the House of Representatives.
The election will also mark the first presidential election since the election of Ronald Reagan in 1980, which is the last time a sitting president was re-elected.
If Jones does win, it will be his first victory in the Senate since 1992.
There is a large African-Americans voting bloc in Alabama that could swing the election to the Democrat.
That could be enough to make up for the loss of black voters in the previous presidential election.
How Trump will perform in November The presidential race in 2020 will also play out in the House and Senate, which will decide control of Congress and how the president deals with the economy.
Trump will be trying to get his legislative agenda through the Congress, which he will be responsible for running and will need the support of Democrats in the midterm elections.
The President will also need to pass a tax overhaul and deal with a range of economic issues including the Iran nuclear deal, healthcare reform and the future of US-Mexican relations.
He will also likely need to get some of his nominees through the Senate, including the Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, as well as the healthcare bill and possibly tax reform.
If Trump loses, it could be a major setback for the Republican Party and the Trump administration.
Republicans will have lost control of the House, the Senate and the Whitehouse, which could put Republicans in control of both the House Speaker Paul Ryan and the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, who will be running the country once again.
This would be a massive blow to the GOP as they have been looking to turn their back on Trump in recent years.
This could also open the door for Democrats to win control of some of the chambers of Congress in the 2018 midterms, although the Senate remains heavily controlled by Republicans.
It would also be a setback for Democrats as they are likely to win a majority of seats in both the Senate as well the House.
If the Republican wins, Trump could still sign an executive order to begin rolling back regulations.
Trump has been accused of trying to push through some of these executive orders without Congress’s consent.
A major issue in this election will revolve around healthcare.
The House passed a healthcare bill in March, but the Senate failed to approve it. Democrats