DENVER (AP) — Final results for many Colorado state legislative races are still unknown, and Republicans and Democrats continue to wait to see which party will control either chamber of the Legislature.
Democrats are optimistic that they’ll hold at least a one-seat majority in the House, but they’re relying on winning races that can come down to less than a couple of hundred votes.
Meanwhile, thousands of votes still uncounted Thursday in Adams county can determine control of the Senate. Democrats currently have an 18-17 advantage there, and they’ve controlled the chamber for a decade.
Democrats have controlled both chambers of the Legislature for eight of the past 10 years.
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