The Hamilton County Election Commission is being asked to reconsider its decision to take away the voting site on the Westside.
Floyd Kilpatrick of the Hamilton County Voters Council said the Westside has the highest concentration in the county of the elderly and disabled.
The matter sparked controversy during the administration of Fran Dzik when she recommended the change during a consolidation of precincts.
The site is now at the Central City Complex. It is 1.2 miles from the Westside.
But traffic is an issue for residents, said Joe Clark, Westside Association president. He said a number of residents are confined "to motor scooters."
The commission will take up the issue at its next regular meeting.
Since Ms. Dzik left, there are four new faces on the 5-member panel.
Mr. Kilpatrick also asked that the election office update its website.
Bud Knowles, the new administrator, said changes are in the works on the website and should be showing up in the next few weeks.
Mr. Knowles was sworn in by his brother, County Clerk Bill Knowles, on Monday morning. Among the large contingent of the Knowles family present were another brother, Joe Knowles, former city fire chief, and sister, Virginia Knowles Pell, nurse for 41 years at Kindred Hospital downtown.