2. Are we witnessing a record Hispanic turnout? In states like Florida, Arizona, Nevada and others, Democrats are hoping that Hispanic voters are flocking to their side, as raw numbers of people voting have shown a big increase in the number of Hispanics who are going to the polls in 2016. It would certainly be an ironic twist to this campaign if Hispanics provide the margin of victory for the Democrats over Donald Trump - or if it doesn't happen. Stay tuned on this part of Election Day.
3. The fight for the U.S Senate is close. If Republicans are going to keep control of the Senate, then they have some difficult races to navigate on this Election Day. Democrats can take charge with a net gain of four seats - and a win by Hillary Clinton, or a five seat gain if Donald Trump is the winner. Democrats are likely to win in Illinois where Sen. Mark Kirk is running for re-election. Other races to watch, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, New Hampshire and Florida. It's a big night for more than just the race for President.