HARRISBURG (AP) – Voters in Delaware County are set to decide party control of the PA House today with their pick to replace a Democrat House member who resigned. The race in state House District 163 in Delaware County will replace Democrat Rep. Mike Zabel, who resigned after allegations of sexual harassment. The candidates in that special election are Democrat Heather Boyd, a former congressional and state legislative aide, and Republican Katie Ford, a military veteran, school volunteer, and behavioral therapist. Currently, Democrats have a one member majority. If Ford wins, and if Republicans hold on to a central PA seat as widely expected in a second special election, the state House chamber will flip back to GOP control.