In May of 2014, however, the Board of Supervisors at Virginia Tech approved the use of campus facilities for polling locations for students living in on-campus housing. In response, county registrar Randy Wertz and his staff put a variety of reforms into place to ease wait times for students, and the county has assigned two precincts to the campus with fully trained and experienced poll workers on staff. For these precincts, the county has increased the standard number of poll books from three to six. Also, aside from four registration tables, the county is providing two laptops and poll books for a side table designed to specifically assist inactive voters in the re-registration process. On top of these improvements, the county has purchased two tablets for EPBs, and will have one line walker in each precinct to determine if voters are in the right location. With these improvements, Wertz and his staff hope to dramatically improve the wait times for the polling places in their county.