Special KY Elections Will Focus on Alcohol Sales

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/04/2012 8:09 pm
Kentucky considers itself to be the World's Bourbon Capitol.

Now voters in some so-called 'bible belt' towns will decide if they're ready to go wet.

There's a special election in Barbourville Tuesday on a measure to legalize liquor sales.

It's a hot topic in the town of about 3,200 people.

Meanwhile voters in Corbin will face a similar decision Tuesday as they consider expanding their liquor laws.
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