Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney may have the ability to swindle Ohio voters simply through the voting machine.
New reports claim that Romney owns stock in Hart Intercivic, the company responsible for calculating the voting results in Hamilton County.
This is not the first time voting machines have been called into question during a presidential election. One of the central issues during the controversial 2004 presidential race between George W. Bush and John Kerry involved strange calculations provided by the Diebold voting machines favoring Bush. At the time, the company publicly supported him.
The new report said that investments in these types of companies appear to be a common occurrence.