With the local-option election set for next week, sides make final arguments for going wet or staying dry
By John Whitlock
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at 10:30 am (Updated: July 20, 10:33 am)
With the local-option vote looming Tuesday, two local officials have come out in support of going wet.
Owen County magistrates Troy Bramblett and Casey Ellis have announced they are backing the drive to legally allow the sale of beer, wine and alcohol across the county.
“This wasn’t a decision I made quickly,” Bramblett said. “It took a lot of thought and research on the issue and I come to the conclusion this is best for the future of Owen County.”
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