How to vote in the 2018 midterm elections

The 2018 midterm election has already seen a slew of legislative votes.

Here are the key points of the most important.

• Legislative immunity: This is the right of states to withhold certain funds from federal agencies and to withhold the services of certain employees.

• Tax cuts: Republicans and Democrats have agreed to a bipartisan deal to reduce the corporate tax rate to 15% and lower rates for individuals and families.

• Senate budget: Republicans are hoping to pass a $1 trillion budget that would provide $1.5 trillion for infrastructure projects and raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.

• House budget: The House is expected to pass the largest tax overhaul in history, a tax reform package that includes a $2 trillion boost in the debt ceiling and would create a $4 trillion deficit.

• Budget: Republicans hope to pass an economic stimulus package and increase the minimum wages to $10 an hour and extend unemployment benefits through the end of 2019.

• Medicare: Democrats have blocked Republican efforts to extend unemployment insurance and Medicare for All, a single-payer health care program.

• President Trump: He has signed a flurry of executive orders aimed at repealing the Affordable Care Act and replacing it with a health care system he has described as better for the middle class.