What you need to know about the US election
The US election was one of the most watched television events in the world and there were millions of people watching in the US, which is considered one of its most important markets.
But the US Electoral College vote was not as expected, with President-elect Donald Trump and his running mate, Mike Pence, being defeated by Democrat Hillary Clinton.
This was the second time the US had a president-elect win without a majority in the House of Representatives, and the first time the House had gone to an opposition party.
A poll conducted for the BBC World Service found that the US electorate had not gone to the polls as expected.
The election was seen as one of many important in the United States, with both candidates promising to create jobs and reduce income inequality.
In a victory for the “America First” movement, which aims to roll back social and economic change and the effects of the global financial crisis, the Democratic and Republican nominees campaigned on promises of a new American economy and a new approach to global trade.
The electoral vote was also the first to be contested in the 21st century, with more than 1.4 million votes cast.
The outcome was disputed by voters in many states, who say their vote has been stolen and that some votes have been stolen.
“They’re saying that if we can’t count those votes, then we shouldn’t be able to count them at all,” said Elizabeth Lott, a Democratic delegate from Texas who voted for Donald Trump.
“I don’t believe that we should have a process where a candidate can steal votes.
I believe that if you’re going to steal votes, you have to get it through the process.”
A Trump supporter celebrates after voting in a Trump-Pence matchup in Austin, Texas, in October.ABC/ReutersThe US electoral college vote was cast in January, and has been contested since the 1960s.
There have been no direct elections in the states since, with the election taking place on a day when many people were celebrating the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who was sworn in for his second term.
The number of registered Democrats in the country has increased from 2.8 million to 4.6 million in the past five years, according to the US Census Bureau.
But in Texas, the number of Republicans and Trump supporters in the state is even higher.
In 2018, more Republicans than Democrats made up the electorate.
A Trump-backed candidate is challenged by an independent candidate in Austin.AP/Eric GayABC/GettyThe electoral college was also a major factor in the 2016 US election, when the Republican candidate Mitt Romney won the presidency and a majority of states in the union went to his Republican Party.
There was also some confusion over how the votes were counted.
In some states, electors are required to cast their ballots in the name of the candidate who won, but some states are allowed to count the votes by party affiliation.
A man holds a sign during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 25, 2020.
ReutersABC/APThe Electoral College is made up of states, but the total number of votes in the electoral college is not.
In most states, the candidate with the most electoral votes wins the election.
The Electoral High Council, which sets the winner of each state’s electoral votes, decides on the winner.
In 2020, the US elected a new president, Donald Trump., who has said he would make the US less dependent on foreign oil and reduce its military involvement in the Middle East.
The US House of Representative voted on Friday to re-elect Representative Jason Chaffetz, who lost to Trump in the 2018 election.
Chaffetz had supported the former president and he is the only Republican member of Congress to have lost a Senate race in recent memory.
Trump said in a tweet after the vote that he was proud of the result and that “we are going to have a great administration.”
But the election of a third-party candidate to the House is still not official.
A person walks on the lawn of the White House in Washington, DC, November 20, 2020, in Washington.AFP/GettyIn a rare move, Democrats in Congress did not vote for the new president on Friday, instead voting to keep Representative Paul Ryan, who had been a leading contender to replace President Donald J. Trump.
The Republican National Committee said it was disappointed that Democrats voted to keep the Republican in office, but that it would consider supporting a new party leader.
In an earlier tweet, Trump had said that “the Democrats are trying to take away my legacy, but I will NEVER LET THEM!”