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Can Harris County Elections Rise from the Ashes?

It's been nearly four weeks since a warehouse fire destroyed nearly all of Harris County's election equipment, including almost 10,000 e-Slate voting machines. But as Ben Philpott of KUT News and the Tribune reports, the state's most populous county insists it's ready to hold a normal election.

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It's been nearly four weeks since a warehouse fire destroyed nearly all of Harris County's election equipment, including almost 10,000 e-Slate voting machines. But as Ben Philpott of KUT News and the Tribune reports, the state's most populous county insists it's ready to hold a normal election.

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