Democrats, Republicans make forceful closing arguments in final 24 hours

by FOX News  |  published on November 3, 2014

Congressional candidates are charging into their final 24 hours of campaigning before polls open Tuesday, with each side claiming the edge – though the last burst of polling would appear to show Republicans with an advantage in key races.

Republicans need to pick up six seats on Tuesday to gain the majority in the Senate. Democrats would need 17 pick-ups to do the same in the House, though that is considered highly unlikely; Republicans, rather, seem poised to build their majority in that chamber by at least a few seats on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, 36 gubernatorial races are playing out across the nation, many of them competitive.

On Sunday, Democrats and Republicans got their last opportunities to make midterm arguments before big audiences.

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