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Hart Intercivic
hartlogo.jpg Hart InterCivic makes electronic voting equipment and document management software for state and local governments. It also provides banknote paper and document services for government clients. The company was founded as a division of Hart Graphics, a commercial printer that operated from 1912 to 2001. Originally known as Hart Forms & Services and Hart Information Services, the business was spun off from Hart Graphics in 1999 and changed its name to Hart InterCivic in 2000. The company is owned by Chairman David Hart and outside investors, which include Stratford Capital and Texas Growth Fund.
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March 31, 2008 Whistleblower: Voting Machine Company Lied to Election Officials About Reliability of Machines Kim Zetter
August 21, 2007 Manatron Agrees to Buy Records Management Solutions Business from Hart InterCivic, Inc. Manatron Press Release
November 15, 2006 Observations of a Poll Worker: A Critique Of The eSlate David J. Maschek, pollworker in Houston, Texas
November 01, 2006 Who is Counting Your Votes? - A Closer Look at Hart InterCivic Pokey Anderson
August 16, 2006 Hart InterCivic Agrees to Comply with Future Open Source Mandate Open Voting Foundation
March 13, 2006 Hart InterCivic Whistleblower Warned of Texas, Ohio E-Voting 'Fraud' Concerns in 2004! Brad Friedman, The Brad Blog
March 09, 2006 Texas: Vote Spike Blamed On Program Snafu Anna M. Tinsley and Anthony Spangler, Star-Telegram writers
October 10, 2005 Voting Systems User Warning: Hart InterCivic Ballot Now John Gideon, Information Manager, and VoteTrustUSA
October 08, 2005 Colorado: New Problems Found with Hart Intercivic Warren Stewart, Director of Legislative Issues and Policy, VoteTrustUSA
July 15, 2005 Yakima County Recount Anomaly John Gideon, Information Manager for and
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