HARRISBURG (AP) – The counting from PA‘s first foray into mail-in voting is wrapping up over a week after the primary, with some results still up in the air. State and county election officials said there were a few minor issues during the voting, which featured new paper-trail machines in some counties and a crushing demand for mail-in ballots under a state law passed last year. At least five incumbent state lawmakers lost their primaries and three others are in close contests. Election officials say some improvements to the vote-counting process should be made before November, when the presidential race is sure to bring high voter turnout.