A 10-year-old Dothan boy, Quadiras Reading, is registered to vote in Ohio.
He's been that way, mistakenly, since 2003.
Quadiras is like any other young boy who loves playing video games feeding his growing appetite and spending time with his sister during the summer.
He's planning on breaking the world’s longest headstand record, but he just might go down in the record books as the youngest registered U.S. voter.
In June his aunt in Ohio received a jury summons for him. His mother who used to live with him in Ohio didn't think it was funny. She called the board of registrar in Ohio who told her she must send a letter proving her son was only 10-years-old.
His birth date on the jury summon was April 28, 1974, his real birth date is Aug. 25, 1995.
The state of Ohio is investigating the mistake as possible fraud.
Now both mom and son are hoping it was a simple mistake and doesn't become a big headache.
Quadaris was scheduled to appear in court on July 17.
His mother says he may have been accidentally registered when he attended school in Ohio.
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