The Hamilton County Board of Elections revealed there are over 50 suspected cases of voter fraud from the past presidential election.
On Wednesday, the board conducted hearings to challenge voting rights of certain individuals who may not have been properly registered to vote in the 2012 election.
Officials say the main concern is people who illegally registered to vote using a P.O. box instead of a physical address. In doing so, some may have voted in Hamilton County without actually being a resident of the county.
The Hamilton County Board of Elections says a thorough investigation is planned with local law enforcement for all allegations of voter fraud.
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