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If partisan control changes in any of the 87 state legislative chambers holding elections in November, it is most likely to come in one of 15 chambers, according to Ballotpedia. In the 15 chambers identified by the nonpartisan election data collector, the difference between the number of Democrats and Republicans is equal to 10 percent or less of the number of seats being contested on Nov. 4. Ballotpedia identified five other chambers where the majority party's margin of control is also relatively narrow, between 11.4 percent and 17.7 percent.
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