HARRISBURG (AP) – A Commonwealth Court judge has ordered three PA counties to include undated mail-in ballots in their certified results of the May election. The judge sided with the Wolf Administration in a dispute that has stalled statewide certification of the primary results for governor and U.S. Senate. Lancaster, Berks, and Fayette Counties were ordered to count about 800 mail-in ballots that lacked handwritten dates on their return envelopes. State law requires voters to date the envelopes, but the judge ruled the lack of a date was a minor irregularity.