These are the voting machines owned by Hart InterCivic. Rumor has it that Mitt Romney’s son Tagg has invested in the makers of these voting machines. Rumor also has it that he did not invest.
Fact Check.org disputes this as a rumor that Tagg is invested but writes this: “We cannot independently confirm Solamere’s statement, since it is a private company investing in another private company. But this much is clear: There is no evidence to disprove the company’s public declaration that it did not invest in Hart InterCivic.
H.I.G. Capital, on the other hand, which does control Hart InterCivic, has clear ties to the Romney campaign — another part of this conspiracy theory. H.I.G. Capital’s cofounder and managing partner, Anthony Tamer, was a partner at Bain & Co., where Romney once served as CEO. Tamer, who is also managing partner of H.I.G. BioVentures, has donated $73,300 to Romney Victory Inc., a joint fundraising committee, and an additional $5,000 to Romney’s presidential campaign committee.”
Now is the time for all good men and women to decide what is probable based on what you do know. That you will have to decide for yourself.