All of Harris County's voting machines destroyed in 3-alarm north Houston fire
Houston Fire Department spokesman Patrick Trahan said arson investigators were at the scene of the fire, but no cause has been determined.
The three-alarm blaze started about 4:15 a.m. at the football field-size warehouse the county uses to store its election equipment. Firefighters extinguished the flames about four hours later.
No injuries were reported.
The county’s voting machines, including eSlate equipment, were stored at the nearly 27,000-square foot facility, county officials said.
Early voting begins Oct. 18. Election Day is Nov. 2.
Some funny business... especially coming right after the news of massive liberal voter registration fraud in Houston (link). Total conspiracy theory stuff, but it does seem like paper ballots are more susceptible to funny business and late night delayed counting issues than voter machines are...
Since this is Bill White's home turf, it makes you wonder... again though it is just conspiracy stuff but you never know... it just smells fishy...