During last Tuesday’s Primary Election in the state of Texas, scores of “computer glitches” — as voting officials and electronic voting machine vendors like to refer to them — were revealed occurred across the state. Many of those “glitches” occurred on electronic voting equipment manufactured and supplied to various counties in Texas by the Hart InterCivic company.
EXCLUSIVE: Hart InterCivic Whistleblower Warned of Texas, Ohio E-Voting ‘Fraud’ Concerns in 2004!
100,000+ Votes Were Errantly Added by Hart Machines in a Single County in Last Tuesday’s Primary via Flawed, Paperless ‘eSlate’ Touch-Screen System!
Former Hart Employee, Tarrant County TX Election Worker Notified State, Legal Authorities in 2004 About Serious Voting Machine Problems, Procedures…All Warnings and Complaints Ignored
Continuing in an exclusive BRAD BLOG series of Voting Machine Vendor and Election Fraud whistleblowers, another insider, from yet another voting machine company, has now come forward to reveal a myriad of known problems inside both the company and in several states and counties with whom they do business.