Hart InterCivic

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Hart InterCivic is a voting equipment manufacturer apparently based in Austin, Texas.


Hart InterCivic owns or uses the following trade names:

  • Hart InterCivic
  • Hart Information Services
  • Hart Election Services
  • Worldwide Election Systems
  • Hart Forms & Services
  • Computer Link
  • Texas County Printing & Services

Their voting machines are sold under the name eSlate®, and their records management services are sold under the name Hart Anthem™.


  • official web site
  • "Hart Intercivic in the News – A Partial List of Documented Failures" HTML PDF: problems with Hart's machines in California, Colorado, Hawaii, Texas, Virginia, and Washington
  • VoteTrustUSA



  • 2006-08-15 Hart InterCivic Agrees to Comply: "Hart InterCivic became the second voting machine vendor to agree to comply with any requirement to publicly disclose technical information about how their voting machines work should that become a requirement of state or federal law." (Wow, they agreed to do what they should have done all along, if they're legally required to.)
  • 2006-08-04 California Secretary of State Consultant’s report on Hart Voting System Version 6.2: HTML PDF


"Hart InterCivic ranks among its investors GOP loyalist Tom Hicks, who bought the Texas Rangers from George W. Bush in 1998, making Bush a millionaire fifteen times over." [1]