The results of a forensic audit ordered monhs ago to validate the results of the March 4 Democratic primary showed no sign of malfunction or malfeasance, Hidalgo County District Attorney Rene Guerra said Tuesday. “Nothing,” Guerra said, when asked what the report showed. An election contest based on the possibility the machines were tampered with is scheduled for trial Wednesday afternoon. Guerra said the report will likely lead to the plaintiffs dropping the case. “If you don’t got nothing, nothing’s going to happen,” he said.