KENOVA, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Tuesday is a big day for voters in Wayne County. A bond, that hasn't been a popular proposal in the past, is on the ballot again.
It's a bond that means new construction to two schools and improvements to another.
If the bond passes, it paves the way to build new C-K and Crum elementary schools and add six new classrooms to Wayne High School.
On Monday, the streets of Kenova were packed with supporters of the bond. Students, teachers and parents were making a big buzz during a parade, as they were on their way to an election eve block party.
Those in attendance hope the third time is a charm and say students are getting upset, worried about whether or not they will have a school to go to.