HARRISBURG (AP) – President Trump’s re-election campaign and national Republican allies are suing to force changes to how PA collects and counts mail-in ballots under revamped rules. The federal lawsuit filed in Pittsburgh claims that as voters jumped to make use of the greatly broadened eligibility for mail-in ballots during the June 2 primary, practices and procedures by election officials ran afoul of state law and the state and federal constitutions. The defendants include PA Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar. The lawsuit addresses drop-off sites for mail-in ballots as well as poll watcher rules.