Some Red and Blue states may be turning purple in an increasingly polarized nation. Early voting and absentee ballots provide tea leaves for prognosticators, but there's still no consensus, despite what may be the largest turnout in history. It's not just the White House. Control of the Senate is also at stake. Incumbent Republicans have sent mixed messages about Donald Trump, while Democrats are working closely with Hillary Clinton's campaign. Massive turnout by Latinos could be crucial in several states. And the FBI is involved as never before. We have a round up.
New evidence of excitement with only a day to go
Walter Shapiro - Roll Call / Yale University - @MrWalterShapiro, Sam Wang - Princeton Election Consortium - @SamWangPhD, Erica Werner - Congressional reporter for the Washington Post who covers economic policy - @ericawerner, Adrian Pantoja - Latino Decisions / Pitzer College - @LatinoDecisions