Focus at Four: What's at stake for each party in Election 2018

As Democrats come out in droves to the polls (Texas early voting numbers were up two times over the 2014 midterms for the Democratic primary), it's also Republicans who have a lot at stake in the 2018 election cycle.

"It oftens happens that the party in power loses some of that power during a midterm," said Kirby Goidel, fellow in the Texas A&M Public Policy Institute. "The Republicans are expected to lose the House, though they should keep the Senate."

Goidel says Democrats are more determined than ever, and with immigration being a central issue to the Trump Administrarion, Hispanic voters may be more active at the polls than usual.

"For years, Democrats have been looking for a way to get out the Hispanic vote," said Goidel. "It may have happened."

For more from Goidel, see the video player above.