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Union County, Georgia is no longer “DRY”

It is the end of an era…after being the only county in the entire state of Georgia that was “Dry” (no booze sold in the county) this is no longer the case. We are “WET” BABY!

Election NIght Coverage
As votes are counted, the NGN will keep a running total on the Alcohol Votes, Democratic School Board Race in Union County, and District Attorney’s Race.
One hour after all of the votes have been counted, all Union County totals will be published on this page.
Wednesday morning before Noon, the NGN will be on sale at newspaper boxes and local stores with coverage of the election and votes by precincts in all races in Union County.

Precincts reporting: 11 of 11

Beer and Wine by the drink
Yes 4420
No 2869
Beer and Wine by the package
Yes 4446
No 2847
Distilled Spirits by the drink
Yes 4464
No 3021

So…no more booze runs to another damn state…we get to just hop on down to Poteet’s on the corner. (Well 4 miles down on the corner.)

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