Voters in the small Daviess County community of Maceo have voted to allow the sale of alcohol.
The Owensboro Messenger-Inquirer reports only about 12% of eligible voters cast a ballot Tuesday with the final result being 63 for and 51 against.
Ironically, voting was held inside the Maceo Baptist Church whose pastor, Rev. Scott Ford, led the opposition to the local option. Supporters were led by a businessman whose family owns nine convenience stores in Daviess County.
Maceo was the second precinct in the county to go wet this year. Whitesville voters passed a local option in June. Daviess County spent more than $6,000 for both elections.
Daviess County now has just 15 dry precincts out of a total of 85.
The next wet-dry vote can’t be held until December at the earliest.