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With functional voting machines and lines that kept moving throughout the day, Lancaster County voters encountered few problems at the polls on Tuesday.
Rick Crimminger, chairman of the county election commission, said wait times in lines at polling places varied depending on the precinct.
By Tuesday afternoon, the wait time in Lancaster was about an hour, while it was averaging 90 minutes in Kershaw and Heath Springs. The longest wait, he said, was in Indian Land, where voters waited an average of three hours.
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