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Owen countians will vote on several state offices in May. But despite rumors that a wet-dry vote could show up on the ballot, no local-option election will be held during the primary.
According to state law, a local-option election cannot be held on the same day that a primary or general election is held.
If the date of the local-option election is not included in the petition for election, it is to be decided by the county judge-executive.
A local-option election cannot be held 30 days prior to a primary or general election or 30 days after.
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