The Final Hours
Candidates make a final push for votes on the eve of midterm elections.
It's the final frantic day of campaigning before tomorrow's midterm election, but there's no change in the polls or the guesswork: Republicans will make big gains on Capitol Hill.
Every House seat is up and many voters want new faces.
First Lady Michelle Obama was in Nevada Monday, where Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is fighting to hold his seat.
She urged voters to help her husband's party.
Republicans don't think they will win the Senate and are already looking ahead to 2012.
A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll asked voters if their representative in Congress deserves to be reelected.
37% said yes, while 51% said they'd like to give a new person a chance.
That's bad news for Democrats in the House, where every seat is up tomorrow.