More than two years of campaigning and hundreds of millions of dollars later, we the people get to decide Tuesday who moves into the White House. We're also voting on ballot questions and legislative contests that could affect the balance of power in Congress.
But the time and money spent on this presidential race have eclipsed all records. And pundits predict voter turnout could also reach new heights.
Both candidates, Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama, spent the weekend on the stumps in key swing states.
Now, on election eve, we turn to WBUR's politics analysts for some last-minute punditry. On the Democratic side, Dan Payne, and on the Republican side, Todd Domke. They both write for The Boston Globe.
This program aired on November 3, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.