President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton face each other in a big healthcare fight as the candidates face off on the issue of healthcare for the nation’s 2.3 million uninsured children.
The presidential candidates are competing for votes in the battleground states of Florida and Pennsylvania, where Republicans are set to hold their congressional majorities, and Pennsylvania is a key battleground in the 2016 election.
Trump is pushing a bill that would expand Medicaid, and he is expected to have a victory in the House this week if he is able to push through his bill.
The Republican-controlled Senate passed a version of his bill last month.
But it stalled in the Senate and Trump has been trying to win over the public.
Clinton has focused on her record of fighting to expand Medicaid and to help low-income people, arguing that the bill will help the nation reach a point of economic stability.
She has also called for a plan that would offer insurance coverage for millions of children, and has vowed to provide more resources to states to help them navigate the Medicaid expansion process.
More than a dozen governors have endorsed Clinton, and the two are expected to be on the same page.