HARRISBURG (AP) – Amid protests over George Floyd’s death across Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Wolf is ordering six counties to count primary election ballots that arrive by mail for seven days after tonight‘s 8 p.m. deadline. Wolf made the announcement Monday as the state prepared for a primary election like none other in its history. Wolf’s order is limited to Allegheny, Delaware, Dauphin, Erie, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Already, counties are struggling with a flood of mail-in ballots and challenges wrought by the pandemic. You can read Wolf’s order by CLICKING HERE.