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Does Mitt's Son Have Investments in Some Ohio Voting Machines?

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Mitt Romney's 42-year-old son, who has already faced criticism for his dealings with Allen Stanford who was convicted of milking investors out of $8 Billion in a Ponzi scheme, may have much bigger questions to answer after shocking allegations brought forth by PolitcolNews.com.

The website claims that Romney owns an interest in Hart Intercivic voting machines which will be used to calculate votes in Hamilton County.
“Many of these private equity–owned companies rely on federal and state contracts, from HIG Capital’s Hart Intercivic, a voting machine company, to EnviroFoam Technologies, a biological and chemical decontamination firm that does business with the US military and is owned by Peterson Partners, a private equity firm listed in the Solamere prospectus.”

Solarmere’s tangled web of investments now includes Hart Intercivic voting machines which will be used in Cincinnati Ohio​

Does Mitt Romney's Son Tagg Have An Investment In Some Ohio Voting Machines?

If it is true, that seems conflict of intresty to me...
 

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They always have an interest in Ohio voting machines. Jeezus.
 

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Yes. He also works with three men who were part of the 2nd largest Ponzi Scheme behind Madoff.

Stanford Ponzi tied to Romney's election fundraising through Spencer Zwick.

The three men:

Deems May
Tim Bambauer
Brandon Phillips

Now you know the Mitt Romney Taxes. ..
 

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