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Latest results: Colorado state Senate and House, balance of power

Democrats were on track to make gains in both chambers of the Colorado General Assembly.
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The Colorado State Capitol.

DENVER — Democrats were set to take an unprecedented level of control over the Colorado House of Representatives after flipping five additional seats, unofficial election results show.

The House's current 41-24 Democrat-Republican member split was expected to increase to 46-19 Democratic dominance. Preliminary election results show Democratic candidates leading in 46 districts and Republicans leading in 19, according to the Secretary of State’s Office as of 5 p.m. Wednesday.

If the election results remain as they are, that gives Democrats a more than two-thirds majority in the House — among the biggest advantages House Democrats have had in Colorado history. 

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State Senate Democrats also appeared to have taken two seats from incumbent Republicans and were on the verge of expanding their caucus to within a vote of a veto-proof majority. Going into Tuesday's election, Democrats held a 21-14 advantage.

Below are the latest results for all contested state Senate and state House races:

Results are called by The Associated Press. Click here for more on how AP calls races.

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