HARRISBURG (AP) – Closed-door talks on updating PA’s mail-in voting law are showing signs of movement amid concerns over a dragged-out vote count in the presidential battleground state. House Republicans held an internal conference call Wednesday to discuss the idea of giving counties four or five days to process mail-in ballots before Election Day and to set down security requirements for the drop boxes that some counties are using to help collect mail-in ballots. Wednesday’s House Republican discussion did not involve elements of legislation drafted by Republicans and opposed by many Democrat lawmakers and Gov. Tom Wolf.