UNDATED - One of the biggests questions heading into Election 2014 is, which party will gain control of the Minnesota State House?  The DFL has had the majority in the chamber the last two years, but every seat in the House is on this year's ballot.

Matt Lindstrom is a political science professor at the College of St. Benedict and St. John's University. He says it's going to be interesting to see if the Republicans can gain the majority.

If the Republicans are going to gain control, they'll need to flip at least seven seats. The 14B House Race in St. Cloud between incumbent Democrat Zach Dorholt and Republican challenger Jim Knoblach is considered to be one of the House races to watch.

Lindstrom says he expects voter turnout to be high here in Minnesota.

Lindstrom says he's also anxious to see which party gains control of the U.S. Senate, and the Minnesota State House.