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story.lead_photo.caption The Sentinel-Record/Mara Kuhn PILOT PROGRAM: Garland County Clerk Sarah Smith, left, explains the benefits of new voting equipment the county will receive as part of its inclusion in a pilot program Tuesday to the Hot Springs Village TEA Party at Charlie's Pizza Pub as Saline County Clerk Doug Curtis looks on. - Photo by Mara Kuhn

HOT SPRINGS VILLAGE -- Help is on the way for Garland County voters frustrated by long lines at the polling place during last year's primary and general elections, County Clerk Sarah Smith told the Hot Springs Village TEA Party Tuesday.

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Print Headline: New voting machines expected to shorten lines at polling places

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