HARRISBURG (AP) – Voters in PA are playing a crucial and perhaps decisive role in choosing the next president as Donald Trump and Joe Biden headline a statewide election in which millions of ballots have already been cast. Polls opened today against the backdrop of a pandemic and the potential for a drawn-out legal fight over late-arriving mail-in ballots. Election officials caution the winners might not be known for days as counties begin tabulating more than 2.4 million votes that arrived by mail. For those voting in-person, large voter turnout has been reported with long lines at numerous polls. Voters in PA also are deciding races for Congress, the General Assembly, attorney general, auditor general and treasurer. There are also contested races for state Senate and House. Polls will remain open until 8 p.m.