HARRISBURG.(AP) – Democrats’ narrow majority in the PA House is on the line today with two special elections that will determine which party controls the chamber. One of those special elections is expected to swing Republicans’ way, but the other in Delaware County, will be more competitive. In that race, Democrat Heather Boyd is against Republican Katie Ford. The seat opened up in March after the resignation of Democrat Rep. Mike Zabel, who was accused by a labor lobbyist of sexual harassment. A Democrat victory in Delaware County would give Gov. Josh Shapiro at least one chamber to aid his agenda going into the final month of budget negotiations. The results could also affect a proposed constitutional amendment on abortion that legislative Republicans are one House vote away from putting before voters as a referendum.