A campaign stop Mitt Romney made back in August is still a subject of controversy.
On the same day Romney made a campaign stop in Zanesville, he addressed miners at a coal company in eastern Ohio.
Afterward, several miners claimed they were forced to attend the event; a claim which has led to a complaint being filed with the Federal Election Commission.
"Progress Ohio, as I understand it, is calling for an investigation of Murray Energy," says Glenn Newman, local representative for the Marietta 9-12 Project, "but they had nothing to do with these miners, who met as themselves, in an independent area, to state their position that they had nothing to do with the ad...even though their pictures had been used in the ad."
Meanwhile, several of the company's miners recently held a news conference, stating the anti-Romney ad be pulled from the airwaves.