NEW YORK (AP) — With U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner's humiliating exit from office, New York is likely to hold a special election sometime in the next few months to pick his successor.But the real future of his former seat in Congress may be decided away from the ballot box.Because of population shifts, New York state is slated to lose two House seats in 2013, and lawmakers will be hunting for a district they can chop without angering an influential incumbent.That could mean whoever runs to replace Weiner could be getting a job that won't exist in 19 months.The timetable for an election is uncertain. Under state law, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo could call for a special election for late summer or early fall. He hasn't announced his intentions.