Remains to be seen. I don't think the term "razor-thin" should be thrown around easily. A victory of 10,000 votes or more is not "razor-thin" IMO. They are close races, but to count as "razor-thin" the result should be within a few hundred votes out of the millions that were cast. In my mind, even a full tenth of a percent is enough to get us well outside of "razor-thin" territory. Comparing it to literal races, I remember when I used to do race-walking. If two people finished within a few meters of each other, after five or ten kilometers, that was never considered "razor-thin". Sure, it's close, but it was a clear victory. Once, though, on a very short race (only 2 km), I won by about 10cm. That, I will admit, was a "razor-thin" victory.