A few key states will determine which party gets Congressional power (includes video story)

With less than a week before the high-stakes midterm elections, all eyes are on swing states to see which party gets control of the House and Senate.

In Florida, Republican incumbent Sen. Marco Rubio is up seven points on Democratic Representative Val Demings.

Many battleground states, such as Arizona, Georgia, Nevada and Pennsylvania are facing much closer margins in the polls.

In Arizona, polls are tilting Democratic, with incumbent Sen. Mark Kelly up about three points over Republican Blake Masters.

Nevada is looking at a toss-up race between Republican Adam Laxalt and Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto.

Democrat John Fetterman lost a large advantage over Mehmet Oz in what has become a close race for Pennsylvania. He now leads by about one point.

In the swing state of Georgia, polls are also looking close between incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker.

Democrats are hoping to win three of the four seats to maintain control of the Senate, while Republicans only need to win two of the four to flip Congressional control.

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Juliana Narvaez is a junior majoring in journalism and English literature with a minor in psychology. After her studies, she wishes to pursue a writing career with a focus on mental health and victimization advocacy.