The Ulster County Board of Elections has announced its selection of Hart Intercivic as the chosen provider for the next generation of voting machines in Ulster County. Following a thorough and transparent evaluation process aimed at ensuring solutions that work for all voters, Hart Intercivic has emerged as the responsible and reliable choice to enhance our elections.
Hart Intercivic stands out as an all-American-made voting solution with a forward-thinking vision to make our elections more accessible and accountable. Their commitment to innovation, security and voter satisfaction aligns seamlessly with our goals of maintaining the integrity and efficiency of the electoral process in Ulster County.
“We are excited to partner with Hart Intercivic as we embark on this significant transition to modernize our voting system,” said Republican Commissioner John Quigley of the Ulster County Board of Elections. “Their proven track record and dedication to producing cutting-edge voting solutions give us the confidence that we have made the right choice for the voters of Ulster County.”
As we prepare to implement these new voting machines in the upcoming November election, we acknowledge the importance of effectively educating our staff, election inspectors and voters on how the new system works. The Ulster County Board of Elections is committed to providing comprehensive training and educational resources to ensure a smooth transition.
“We understand that familiarity with the new voting machines is crucial for both our election staff and the voters,” added Democratic Commissioner Ashley Torres. “We are actively working on developing training programs and informational campaigns to familiarize everyone with the new system. Additionally, we are excited to offer public demonstrations and opportunities for voters to experience the new machines firsthand.”