St. Louis (KSDK) -- An Election Day voting problem has been fixed and voters are casting ballots in the 24th ward, first precinct in the city of St. Louis.
Poll workers at St. James Church in Dogtown discovered this morning that voters who arrived didn't match up with the names on the rolls. It turned out the poll workers had books for the wrong precinct.
About 20 voters who were in line left.
The poll workers called the police, who came to the location but said they couldn't do anything.
The poll workers printed off the correct rolls from a master list and everything returned to normal.