Published: Oct 24, 2010 8:48 PM EDT
Updated: Oct 24, 2010 5:48 PM EDT

WASHINGTON (AP) - The leaders of the Republican and Democratic parties both see things going their way on Election Day.
At least, that's what they're saying on the Sunday news shows.

On NBC's "Meet the Press," Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele said his party will "absolutely" win control of the House, and possibly the Senate. He sees an "unprecedented wave" of voter dissatisfaction with the way Democrats are running the government.
But Steele's Democratic counterpart predicts his party will keep its majority in both chambers. Tim Kaine says early voting and turnout at rallies for Democratic candidates are signs that the party's "ground game" will help keep Congress out of GOP hands.
The Democratic National Committee chairman told ABC's "this Week" that "we've got work to do, but we think we can do it."