With the election nearing, it’s not just a matter of who wins, but how the election turns out.
In the end, the office of the president will be decided by who has the most votes.
In an effort to help you determine which candidate is most likely to win the office, The Washington Examiner has created a map to help guide you through the process.
This is the first installment in a series on how you can help determine the future of the presidency.
The WashingtonPost.com/summaries/2016/08/08_donald-trump_presidential_elections_maps.html (Thanks to @david_davidson for the map.)
The map below uses two different data sources: the most recent election results for each candidate, and the most recently available data for each state from the U.S. Census Bureau.
The most recent data for the 2016 presidential election is from the Federal Election Commission, which is a government agency, so it is not a perfect source.
However, the data provided is from a very conservative estimate that the election will take place in 2018.
So, with that in mind, we have created this map to give you an idea of what the map might look like.