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Drys organizing for Vote No Campaign in Casey Co, KY

Wet Petition is being circulated, but no election date is set. Writer says No's will be organized just in case the Wet Petition succeeds.

By Jeff Buis
For Vote No, Casey County, KY

There will be a Community Meeting held for the Argyle - Bethelridge - Poplar Hill and all other communities which vote at South East Casey County Volunteer Fire Department. The meeting will be at the Bethelridge United Methodist Church, KY 70, Bethelridge, KY, in Eastern Casey County, at 3pmCT/4pmET, Saturday, May 21, 2016. Contacts: Bro. Gene Sweet, Bro. Rick Rodgers, Bro. Lynville Hatter . We will meet to discuss the progress being made to fight liquor and beer sales in Casey County and to organize for a possible Vote No effort.

No election date is set as yet. Petitions are circulating, collecting signatures. Vote No will be organizing each of the 15 precincts in Casey County, KY, for one of the best Vote No campaigns ever! - Jeff Buis

This story was posted on 2016-05-20 07:03:46
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