NV-02: Dean Heller (R) vs. Jill Derby (D) +
NV-03: Rep. Jon Porter (R) vs. Tessa Hafen (D)
IOWA: STATE EXIT POLL: NO
IA-01: Mike Whalen (R) vs. Bruce Braley (D) +
IA-03: Jeff Lamberti (R) vs. Rep. Leonard Boswell (D)
11:00 PM ET:
CALIFORNIA: STATE EXIT POLLS: YES
CA-04: Rep. John Doolittle (R) vs. Charles Brown (D)
CA-11: Rep. Richard Pombo (R) vs. Jerry McNerney (D)
IDAHO: STATE EXIT POLLS: NO (Raw vote totals begin at 10:00 pm ET)
ID-01: Bill Sali (R) vs. Larry Grant (D) +
WASHINGTON: STATE EXIT POLLS: YES (PHONE POLL)
WA-08: Rep. Dave Reichert (R) vs. Darcy Burner (D)
Arizona - sunny throughout the whole state as usual.
Michigan - there is rain forecasted in the heavily Democratic Detroit area and the rest of the southeast region, including Mike Bouchard's Oakland County base, but the forecast is clear for central Michigan.
Minnesota - rain in rural northern Minnesota, clear in the more Democratic leaning Twin Cities.
Montana - heavy rain throughout most of the state. A few clearer patches in the east.
Ohio - chances of rain in Cincinnati, Toledo, and Cleveland, but more severe rain in the more rural southeastern corner.
Pennsylvania - showers throughout the whole state Tuesday afternoon. (That includes Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and that Carville-labeled Alabama in the middle.)
Maryland - cloudy with a good chance of afternoon showers throughout the state.
Virginia - cloudy with afternoon showers likely throughout the state.
Rhode Island - cloudy with showers starting around 6:00 pm ET. No big differences across the state, obviously.
Tennessee - rain predicted all day in Nashville while only a few showers throughout the day in the Southwest tip of Memphis, home to Rep. Harold Ford, Jr.
New Jersey - afternoon showers are predicted throughout the Garden State.
In ABC News's election headquarters, George Stephanopoulos reported, "Top Republican strategist conceded that they could lose the House tonight." Diane Sawyer delivered up-to-the-minute election coverage with a look at President Bush and former President Clinton's final campaign efforts. While in Ohio, ABC's Jake Tapper said, "It's all about turnout" and reported on the get-out-the-vote tactics of both Republicans and Democrats.
Outside the President's ranch in Crawford, TX, Martha Raddatz looked at how President Bush's message -- "stick with us and the country will be better off" -- fits in with this election being a referendum on the President. Attorney/GMA news anchor Chris Cuomo reported on new voting equipment and how both parties are working hard to ensure that "every vote will be counted."
In an interview with Diane Sawyer, Arianna Huffington said her two words for the morning after the election would likely be "adult supervision," if Democrats take over the House. Sean Hannity delivered commentary on the "super bowl" of politics and the "two distinct choices and visions" offered to America in this election. And weatherman Sam Champion looked at how rain in the East could impact voter turnout in some key states.