The Sunday alcohol sales referendum passed in scores of cities around the state on Tuesday and now some consumers want to know what’s next. The bad news: they probably won’t find the liquor store open this Sunday.
A statewide law allowed communities to vote on Sunday alcohol sales.
Savannah voters whittled a crowded six person race for mayor down to two candidates Tuesday night.
Both candidates are sitting members of the city council.
Edna Jackson was the front runner from the start.
On Tuesday Bibb County voters will head to the polls to vote on a $190 million dollar Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax. Some of the money could help secure the future of the nearby Robins Air Force Base.
When Georgians go to the polls Tuesday, some will vote on allowing Sunday alcohol sales. This is the first year communities can decide the issue for themselves.
About 100 Georgia cities and counties are holding votes on whether to allow stores to sell alcohol on Sundays.