ALBANY, N.Y. - It was supposed to be a good year for NY State Senate Republicans - pundits had them picking up two or three seats -solidifying their majority.
A day after elections, and it's a very different outcome with two races still too close to call.
The Democrats could now regain their control. Senator Neil Breslin, a democrat, says it's about time.
Republicans currently hold a 33 to 29 majority in the senate - 32 votes are needed to pass a measure.
Still, the last time the Democrats held a majority, infighting was common place and not much got done.
Breslin acknowledged that difficulty, but told NEWS10 this time would be different.
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