HARRISBURG (AP) — It will take 40,000 or more poll workers to run the fall election in Pennsylvania. While some counties are on track to have fully staffed polling places, with six weeks to go officials aren’t sure if there will be a repeat of the primary’s coronavirus-driven shortages. A law passed this spring by the Republican-led Legislature let the counties assign poll workers to any precinct in their home county for the primary only. Poll workers are normally restricted to working in the precincts where they live. A proposal to make that provision permanent has stalled in the General Assembly along with other election mechanics changes.