Courts in Zimbabwe have said they won't give people another day to vote in the presidential elections.
The decision happened just after the government ordered people to stop voting, even though they were still queuing at polling stations.
Many of them are in areas of Zimbabwe where lots of opposition supporters live.
Reports say police had to fire tear gas to get more than 600 people to go home.
But many stayed and chanted: "Change, change, we want to vote!"