Democrats and Republicans are fighting for control of both congress and statehouses across the country not to mention key executive elective offices that play a role in how legislative and congressional districts are drawn.
In 2016, Ohio went for Donald Trump by a comfortable eight-plus percentage points. But two years later, polls suggest that most statewide races in Ohio are too close to call.
Tomorrow is Election Day. Both parties have focused their efforts on getting out the vote.
President Trump has been zig zagging across the country over the weekend to bolster turnout for mostly congressional candidates in tight races. Today, he lands briefly in Cleveland to support, among others, Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine in his tight race against Democrat Richard Cordray.
Coming up on our Weekly Reporter Roundtable, we talk about the last minute politics of a critical midterm election.