HARRISBURG – PA voters are set to fill four open seats on statewide courts with candidates who could eventually help settle major cases on issues from abortion to elections. The marquee contest in today’s election is for an open seat on the PA Supreme Court. Superior Court has a single opening, while Commonwealth Court has two openings. Major cases currently in the courts include one asking to allow coverage of abortion by the state Medicaid program, another seeks to throw out PA’s two-year-old mail-in voting law, and another accuses the state of creating academic inequities and depriving many students of the “thorough and efficient” public education system guaranteed in PA’s constitution.