HARRISBURG (AP) – PA is undertaking a primary election amid civil unrest, a pandemic, the introduction of new voting machines in 22 counties, and debut of mail-in balloting that’s pushed county election bureaus to their limits. Polls are open till 8 p.m. There are fewer polling places to cope with difficulties from the coronavirus, while Gov. Tom Wolf is ordering six counties to keep counting mail-in ballots that arrive up to a week after polls close tonight, as long as they are post-marked by then.