HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania’s Democrat governor and the leading House Republican on the topic are trading barbs about what should be included in legislation to alter how the state registers voters and runs elections. A visitor to Gov. Tom Wolf’s news conference on to topic in the Philadelphia suburbs today was House State Government Committee Chairman Seth Grove. The York County Republican tweeted out a defense of the 149-page revamp of election law that he rolled out more than a week ago, as Wolf and his fellow Democrats denounced the proposal. With lawmakers’ summer recess looming, it’s far from clear if a deal can be reached that will affect the state’s next voting, on Nov. 2.