All 435 House seats and 36 Senate seats are up for re-election in November.
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Members of Congress return to Capitol Hill on Monday following a two-week recess — ready to resume negotiations on immigration reform, a minimum-wage bill and other key legislation — but with little possibility of agreeing on any major changes in an election year.

While members will almost assuredly pass a measure to avoid a government shutdown, and the wrath of voters, bills on increasing the federal minimum wage, reforming immigration laws and fixing the tax code are not expected to get a final vote in either the Republican-controlled House or the Democrat-led Senate.

All 435 House seats and 36 Senate seats are up for re-election in November, which has leaders of both parties cautious about holding votes on any legislation that could force members to make a difficult choice.