We are just two days away from the election and the drama of this presidential race seems to be far from over.
Now legal analysts are asking the question on everyone's mind: Will this affect the decision of voters and if so, by how much?
Today, Director of FBI Jim Comey announced after reopening the "Clinton Email Investigation" it was closed again and the results were the same.
Local legal analyst James Goodnow says if you thought this election couldn't get any more contentious, you may have jumped the gun.
"I think the American people are probably scratching their heads right now, so you have one camp that’s already in Clintons favor… you have another that’s in favor of Trump and those undecided, I'm not sure if they know what to make about it," said Goodnow.
Goodnow says Comey's bombshell decision to reopen the investigation was due to the fact that he previously testified he would if both substantial and relevant evidence surfaced. And once hundreds of thousands of emails with a link to Clinton were found on a laptop Anthony Weiner shared with his now estranged wife Huma Abendin, he had to act quickly.
"Once this was revealed to the public ... he wanted to get that out and back to the public."
Now as the clock ticks on and the election is less than 48 hours away, James says there's one question on everyone's mind.
"I think the real question is will this permeate the consciousness of those undecided voters quickly enough? We're basically talking about one day to process this, so I'm not sure how much this ends up moving the needle."
It was on July 5 that Comey announced that while Clinton and her staff were "extremely careless" in handling classified data via a private email server that Clinton used while she was Secretary of State, the FBI was recommending no charges be brought against her.