HARRISBURG (AP) – With concerns in PA that thousands of mail-in ballots may be discarded in the presidential election over technicalities, state officials told counties that they can not reject a ballot solely because an election official believes a signature doesn’t match the signature in the voter’s file. The new guidance from PA’s Department of State also prompted the League of Women Voters of PA and the Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh to drop a lawsuit in federal court. The groups sought to ensure that voters have the chance to fix ballots that are either missing signatures or flagged for a perceived signature mismatch.