HARRISBURG (AP) – Control of the PA House remains up in the air after 101 Democrats and 100 Republicans were elected. As of Thursday, two races still unresolved. Both seats are held by Republicans. It may be weeks before county elections officials finish vote counting to determine winners. If Republicans control the chamber, incumbent Republican House Speaker, Rep. Bryan Cutler of Lancaster County is likely to keep the top job. House Democrat floor leader, Rep. Joanna McClinton of Philadelphia is predicting she’s going to become the Legislature’s first female speaker.