Election Day is next Tuesday and Lyke2Drink continues to learn about votes taking place around the country that would end Prohibition in villages, cities, towns and counties. Democracy is a great thing and we urge you to get out and support these measures. Responsible adults should be able to enjoy a cold drink without the interference of local governments.
You can check out my earlier posts about a number of ballot initiatives to end Blue Laws and decriminalize the sale of alcohol. Here are some additional votes taking place around the country:
Virginia: Frederick County voters can approve the sale of alcoholic beverages in the presently dry Tuscarora district.
Alabama: In the Marshall County city of Arab voters will decide on the legalization of alcohol sales.
Texas: In the Wolfforth and Burleson voters can approve the sale of beer and wine in their communities.
Michigan: Residents of the village of Camden will vote on whether businesses with liquor licenses can sell alcohol on Sundays.
South Carolina: Residents of Rock Hill will be voting on the legality of selling alcohol on Sundays.
Tennessee: Haywood County residents will cast ballots on a proposal that would allow liquor by the drink to be sold in the county.