NY voters won't just be selecting their choice for president this Election Day, they'll also be deciding which political party will control the state Senate.
But coming only two days before the election, Comey's latest announcement may have been too late for Democrats hoping to regain control of the House for the first time since 2010 and the Senate for the first time since 2014.
Republicans need to pick up four seats Tuesday to win a majority in the state House of Representatives for the first time since 1920.
Iowa Democratic Party Chairwoman Andy McGuire says she thinks Iowa will remain a tossup state and Democrats will retain the state Senate. Other spots linked Democratic hopefuls to Clinton or House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
Continued Republican dominance in Congress could stymie any legislative agenda put forth by Clinton.
In Wisconsin, Democrat and former Sen.
As ever, Florida is likely to be a thriller on Tuesday night in the presidential race, with Ms Clinton possibly having the slightest of edges over Mr Trump.
A senior Democratic aide said the October controversy, which consumed USA political campaigns for over a week, could reduce by at least 10 the number of House seats Democrats may be able to capture from Republicans on Election Day.
The FBI said Sunday the agency had completed its review of the newly found emails and said it would not change its July finding that no criminal charges were warranted against Clinton.
Only two weeks ago, Democrats hoped to sharply scale back the 246-seat Republican majority in the House and capture control of the Senate.
"It's terribly damaging to us", the aide said, adding that Clinton's support in battleground states could be depressed, which in turn would hurt the party's House candidates.
Now they're looking to protect those gains in Tuesday's election as Democrats try to regain supermajorities in the state Assembly and Senate. Democrats have gained that many seats in just five of the 35 elections since World War II, including only once " in 2006 " since the 1970s.
Senate Republicans now hold a 54-46 majority in the 100-member chamber.
The outcome of the presidential race is expected to have a major impact on the outcome of the congressional campaigns. If Mr. Trump couples that with a victory in must-win OH, he will have opened up a clear path to the White House. Another is former environmental official Katie McGinty's bid to unseat Republican Senator Pat Toomey in Pennsylvania.
For decades, Iowa has been a purple state favoring Democrats for president and Republicans for other offices.
Polls show the race is extremely close.
But projections from the New York Times and the forecasting website FiveThirtyEight.com showed Democrats with a just over 50 percent likelihood of having control of the Senate when it convenes again on January 3 to tackle weighty issues from a U.S. Supreme Court vacancy to immigration and free trade deals.
Kentucky has been voting Republican in federal elections for years.
Other issues confronting Congress next year include illegal immigration and border security, the need to raise USA borrowing authority, something some conservative Republicans oppose without substantial budget cuts, and possible approval of free-trade deals with Pacific Rim countries and Europe if negotiations on the latter conclude successfully.