COLUMBUS, Ohio - A close analysis of the Ohio elections system has revealed some voters who should not be there.
In the past three years, 821 people have been found as registered to vote in Ohio who should not have been there. Secretary of State Jon Husted's office released their findings Monday. Husted says less than 100 non-citizens actually voted in the last general election.
"We do this report after every general election. We have in our latest report 385 non-citizens on the voter rolls, 82 who actually voted," Husted says.
He says the voting irregularities were not systemic or widespread and in some cases, the individuals may have intended to commit voter fraud. In other cases, he says, people were on the state's list, who never intended to be there.