HARRISBURG (AP) – Closed-door talks on legislation seen as crucial to producing a prompt election result in PA appear stuck between the Democrat governor and the Legislature’s House Republican majority. In a statement, Gov. Tom Wolf’s office said an offer to House Republican leaders has been effectively rejected and the administration hasn’t heard back. A House Republican spokesperson says the caucus is standing by provisions that Wolf threatened to veto. The talks involve a provision that election officials say would speed up the vote count, ensuring that the vast majority of ballots are tabulated within hours after polls close.