With just two days left until the midterm election, the Sunday news shows were dominated by -- you guessed it! -- talk about the elections. The debate over how to fight the spread of Ebola also continued on the programs. Here are the highlights:

1. Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz (Fla.) and Republican National Committee Chair Reince Priebus set high expectations for their parties on ABC's "This Week With George Stephanopoulos." Wasserman Schultz said she thinks Democrats will hold the Senate. Priebus said it would be a letdown if Republicans don't take the majority.

2. A team of Republican and Democratic pollsters broke down the last midterm polling numbers on NBC's "Meet the Press."

3. Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) talked mostly about the midterms on the Sunday shows. He also took a swipe at his potential 2016 Republican rival, saying on CBS's "Face The Nation" that New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's "bully demeanor" won't play well outside his home state.

4. Nurse Kaci Hickox said on "Meet The Press" that it was an "abundance of politics” that led to her quarantine in New Jersey under the policies of Christie.

5. U.N. Ambassador Samantha Power said on "Face the Nation" that "to my surprise, there really are positive signs" in West African countries fighting Ebola.