HARRISBURG (AP) – PA election officials ran out of ballots in several counties amid higher-than-expected turnout for the statewide primary. York, Delaware, and a few other counties ran short of ballots, but election officials say voters were able to use alternative means to make their selections. Election officials reported several other scattered problems, including a “coding error” in one county that caused Republican primary ballots to be mislabeled as Democrat ballots on some voting machines. Thousands of mail-in primary ballots will need to be counted by hand in Lancaster County due to a printing error. The state’s top elections official says there were other “isolated incidents in a handful of counties,” but that the election otherwise ran smoothly.