RENO, Nev. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) The Republican National Committee alleges voting machines in Nevada and five other states are flawed.
RNC Chief Counsel John Phillippe Jr. wrote a letter to top election officials in Nevada, Ohio, Kansas, North Carolina, Missouri and Colorado.
The letter says "I write regarding the media and citizen reports of voting machine errors taking place in your states."
The letter claims there have been several cases of voting machines in the states have "populated a vote for Barack Obama when a voter cast his or her ballot for Mitt Romney.
"That's almost technically impossible to pre-program those machines in that fashion," NV Secretary of State Ross Miller says. "Second, if you don't give us a name, contact information, or a polling location where this could have happened or site any specific allegations, it's impossible for us to investigate."
Miller's office has already responded to the RNC in their letter.
Miller also tells News 4 not only did the RNC fail to bring up any direct evidence Miller says they have no recieved any complaints.
"We have not recieved a single complaint in our office of somebody that actually experienced this of walking into a polling location and trying to vote for a candidate and was unable to vote for a candidate of their choice, because the machine was pre-programed," Miller says. "I we get any kind of that evidence we take it extremely seriously and we'll investigate."
The RNC's letter was not filed as a formal complaint.
Miller assures News 4 all of the proper safe guards are up and voters have nothing to worry about.
News 4 did call the RNC attorney who sent the letter, but so far no response.