By: Jillian Wilson
Tina Reyes showed up at Scott county clerk's office expecting to vote.
Instead she was told she was at the wrong precinct and sent to the Fairmont library.
"It's making it difficult, it's making it difficult for people like us," says Tina Reyes, a Davenport Resident.
She's not the only one being turned down at the polls. Dozens of people were sent off to their new voting locations.
"Even when I went to vote people ahead of me got turned down and some of them couldn't speak English that well, but spoke well enough to know that their vote matters," says Teria Robinson, a Davenport resident.
Voting cards with up to date locations were sent out in March, and the media has been getting the word out about the new locations. But some voters are still unclear where to go.
"I think it makes it harder because I just recently moved, so I'm not even getting all of my mail, so there is so many people in my same situation and if you don't get that valid information, then how would you even know," says Teria Johnson.
Others like Robin Williams aren't upset about the location change. They just want to vote.
"I have to vote, I want to vote, everyone's vote counts, so yes I will be going," says Robin Williams, a Davenport resident.
"I was rather surprised, but not discouraged or disappointed in voting," says Susan Suverkrup, a Pleasant Valley resident.