Utah Certifies Latest Election Technology

AUSTIN, Texas, May 4, 2017 – The Utah Lieutenant Governor’s office announced that it has certified the Verity® Voting system from Hart InterCivic. As jurisdictions across the state look for new technology to replace aging voting systems, they now have the option of selecting Verity.

“Verity brings a fresh approach to Utah,” said Phillip Braithwaite, President and CEO of Hart InterCivic, an Austin-based company with more than 100 years of election experience across the nation. “Verity is the voting system of choice for jurisdictions across the country, and 100 percent of customers who switched from another vendor gave Hart’s service the highest satisfaction rating in our most recent customer survey. We are eager to show Utah voters an easier, more trustworthy experience.”

Verity’s advantages for Utah include:

  • Cost-saving system and support approach, with compact, lightweight polling place devices that save on storage and transportation costs, a robust design that eliminates the need for costly vendor maintenance and Hart’s vendor-direct model that does away with hidden fees
  • Best-in-industry security protocols, including encryption, two-factor authentication and redundant data storage to safeguard the sanctity of the vote
  • Easiest to use system for voters and election officials with plain-language instructions and consistently user-friendly software and hardware design

For more information on the Verity Voting system, please visit www.hartintercivic.com/verityoverview.

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