The battle between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney isn't the only important political race up for grabs this Tuesday. There are 33 U.S. Senate seats throughout the country to be voted on as well. Brooke speaks with CNN's Dana Bash about a few of the high profile senate races that could shift the balance of power in congress.
Ohio, Florida, Colorado and Iowa are four of the crucial swing states that will likely decide this election for either President Barack Obama or Governor Mitt Romney. Brooke speaks with CNN's Martin Savidge, John Zarrella, Poppy Harlow and Kyung Lah to get a feel for how voters are handling all the extra attention being placed on their states.
It's a possibility few people know about. But thanks to our electoral system, it could happen.
An electoral tie between President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney could hand the power of choosing the president and vice president over to Congress - which could, in turn, lead to a Romney-Biden White House.
Here's an animated look at how that could happen.
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