Key battles over state Senate seats are poised to come down to absentee ballots as in-person vote tallies Wednesday showed New York Republicans with leads in closely watched races.

The tight elections throw cold water on the Senate Democrats’ goal of seizing a veto-proof majority in the upper chamber, a dynamic that could shift the power balance in Albany and provide the Senate Democratic Conference with more influence in policy negotiations with Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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