The 2010 midterm elections are just a few days away, and much is at stake for both parties in congressional and state races across the country. The poor shape of the economy and voter frustration with Congress seem to point to Republicans making significant gains in Congress, potentially replacing Democrats as the majority in both the House and Senate. However, the outcome is not yet decided and it still stands to be seen how the tea party campaigns will impact the G.O.P.
On October 27, Brookings expert William Galston answered your questions on the upcoming elections, discussing what’s at stake, as well as possible outcomes for both parties. POLITICO Senior Editor David Mark moderated.