Here's what's on tap for Tuesday:
FOX & Friends First at 6 a.m. ET
Who got the best of Monday's big senatorial debate in Minnesota? We'll find out who walked away with the edge when we talk to columnist Armstrong Williams and New York Democrat strategist Daedre Levine.
FOX & Friends at 7 a.m. ET
Which races will determine the balance of power in Washington? We'll ask the Beltway Boys, Fred Barnes and Mort Kondracke.
It's down to the wire in the race for control of the Senate. But with many races too close to call, will we see a repeat of the infamous Florida recount fiasco? We'll get an election update from Seth Mnookin, senior writer at the national affairs desk for Newsweek magazine.
America's voting system goes on trial on Tuesday. Did it get a much-needed face-lift, or will hanging chads plague the nation once again? Dan Seligson, spokesman for the Election Reform Information Project, joins the debate.
The candidates have made their final pitches. Now it's up to the voters to make a choice. We'll get Election Day analysis from syndicated columnist John McCaslin.
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