Three Kentucky Towns Hold Wet-Dry Votes
Two Kentucky communities have voted to expand alcohol sales while another has decided to remain dry.
WBKO-TV reports that the city of Franklin in South Central Kentucky voted to allow package sales by a nearly 2-1 margin.
In Western Kentucky,WPSD-TV reports voters in Murray, who could already purchase alcohol by the drink, voted to also allow package sales in the city. Voters in Marshall County, however, rejected package sales.