Three Senate races are still undecided. The stakes are high -- if Democrats win all three, they would secure a filibuster-proof majority in the chamber. Republicans, aware of this possibility, are putting up a serious fight.
USA Today reports that John McCain is heading to Georgia on Thursday to campaign for Sen. Saxby Chambliss, who is in a runoff against Democrat Jim Martin. Sarah Palin may follow. Barack Obama has dispatched aides to the state.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney has donated $5,000 to Sen. Norm Coleman help with his recount effort in the race against Democrat Al Franken.
Meanwhile, in Alaska, 30% of ballots have yet to be counted. The unusually low turnout in the state has raised questions -- "something smells fishy," one Alaska pollster told the Anchorage Daily News.
See our slideshow of the Senate races that are still not over more than a week after election day.
Alaska's GOP Senator Ted Stevens - a recently convicted felon - is deadlocked with his Democratic opponent, Mayor Mark Begich, more than a week after election day. AP reported Tuesday that about 30 percent of the votes are still being counted.
Minnesota GOP Senator Norm Coleman's reportedly razor thin edge on Democrat Al Franken has dwindled to 204 votes, according to AP's Monday tally.
The Coleman camp said it would send "perhaps 120 Coleman lawyers" for each of the estimated 100 recount sites. Meanwhile, Democrat Al Franken's team is busy dispatching volunteers and lawyers.
According to AP, Democrat Mark Begich, the mayor of Anchorage, is 3,257 votes behind Stevens.
Georgia GOP Senator Saxby Chambliss is in a tight runoff with 49.8 percent of the vote to his opponent Jim Martin's 46.8 percent. John McCain is heading to the state on Thursday to campaign for Chambliss.
Barack Obama's campaign aides are heading to Georgia to help Democrat Jim Martin in the tight runoff against Chambliss.
Read more about the races here.