WASHINGTON — Election Day is just around the corner, but control of the Senate may not be determined until early next year, raising questions about how quickly the Banking Committee could get up and running.

Pollsters and political staffers are mostly predicting a Republican Senate takeover in Tuesday's midterm elections. But with the size of any majority controlling the Senate expected to be small and certain races still very tight, it is not clear when the final results will be known. Runoff elections are expected in at least two states: Louisiana and Georgia.

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