All election, all the time, except for some gloomy news from Green Bay

It’s election day eve, so all we want to read about today is Our Democratic Process.

Top of the ticket: FiveThirtyEight, the electoral numbers-crunching site, has Hillary Clinton with a 66% chance of winning Tuesday. And the statement from the F.B.I. that nothing incriminating was found in the latest batch of Clinton emails didn’t hurt her chances.

Republican Sen. Ron Johnson and his challenger, former Sen. Russ Feingold, are running neck and neck, and it also appears to be a very close call whether Democrats will get control of the U.S. Senate from the GOP.

In a local angle to the national race, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry showed up in a memo released Sunday by WikiLeaks: He allegedly killed a couple stories at the National Enquirer (of which he was part-owner) that would have been unfavorable to Bill and Hillary. This was in 2011, and Lasry’s firm and the Enquirer deny it.

If you haven’t voted yet, and are planning your Tuesday, click here to find your polling place, and here to peruse the Wisconsin Elections Commission’s frequently asked questions.

Last and also least: The Packers lost again Sunday.