HARRISBURG (AP) – The Nov. 3 presidential contest will test PA’s ability to handle a massive mail-in vote and, while the state’s high court settled several partisan points of dispute over how to update the state’s election law, counties remain unprepared in several important ways. Plus, the legal challenges are not necessarily over. Meanwhile, lawmakers and election officials continue to warn that the conditions are ripe for a presidential election result to be left hanging in limbo on a drawn-out vote count in PA, where the results could be very close. Some also warn that huge numbers of mail-in votes could be invalidated, unless the law is changed.