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Casey County Wet/Dry Vote 23 Aug 2016 precinct totals

NO/DRY VOTE PREVAILS. Casey County Remains Dry after votie on Local Option: "Are you in favor of the sale of alcoholic beverages in Casey County, Kentucky?"
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By Ed, Linda & Pen Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com
Collaborative report with Larry Smith, FM 92.7 the Wave & FM 99.9 The Big Dawg

The final total was 2,097 No, to 1970 Yes, a margin of 127 votes, with 37.5% of registered voters casting ballots today, Tuesday, August 23, 2016.

With the help of prayers, preachers, and the power of the press - popular Casey County News editor Larry Rowell had advocated a "No" vote - the No Vote narrowly carried the county, winning the Absentee vote and Nine of the Counties 15 voting precincts. In South Central Kentucky, the defeat for Wet forces ended a skein of wins for Wet voters who had won decisive votes in Russell, Adair, Cumberland, and most recently Metcalfe Counties.

The vote tallies by precinct are as follow:

PrecinctYesNo
Absentee Mail-in1230
Absentee Walk-in8491
Casey 1/Patterson Tate Windsor92166
Casey 2/Dunnville10884
Casey 3/Creston172161
Liberty/A-W Liberty City7185
Casey 4/Clementsville153113
Casey 5/Wess-Whited234313
Casey 6/Ellisburg4269
Casey 7/Brush Crk.142103
Casey 8/Yosemite-Middleburg194217
Casey 9/Walltown Humphrey72105
Liberty-B/E Liberty City13771
Casey 10/Argyle-Poplar Hill-Beth'ridge139205
Casey 11/Gilpin8482
Casey 12/Walnut Hill191135
Liberty-C/S. Liberty4367
Vote tally information courtesy Casey County Court Casey Davis.


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Chris Bennett spots creative Dry humor in Casey County, KY - I



2016-08-23 - Hustonville Street, Liberty, Casey County, KY - Photo by Chris Bennett.
I don't want to get in the middle of any yes or no vote arguments, but I thought the signs in Liberty, both on Hustonville Street were pretty creative. I work in Liberty a couple of days a week, I really like the people over here and the town. - Chris Bennett. Paired Photo. See - Chris Bennett spots creative Dry humor in Casey County, KY - II
The Wet-Dry vote is Tuesday, August 23, 2016. All polls in Casey County, KY, are open 6am-6pmET.

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Chris Bennett spots creative Dry humor in Casey County, KY - II



2016-08-23 - Hustonville Street, Liberty, Casey County, KY - Photo by Chris Bennett.
I don't want to get in the middle of any yes or no vote arguments, but I thought the signs in Liberty, both on Hustonville Street were pretty creative. I work in Liberty a couple of days a week, I really like the people over here and the town. - Chris Bennett. Paired Photo. See - Chris Bennett spots creative Dry humor in Casey County, KY - I
The Wet-Dry vote is today, Tuesday, August 23, 2016. All polls in Casey County, KY, are open 6am-6pmET.

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Unofficial: No vote wins in Casey Co. Wet-Dry vote



2016-08-23 - 231 Courthouse Square, Liberty, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener. When the votes first started rolling in, it looked like the Yes vote had a chance, but the final count (unofficially) shows the No votes prevailing 2,097 to 1,970 in Casey County's Wet/Dry decision tonight.
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Casey County Court Clerk Casey Davis - all smiles



2016-08-25 - Casey County Clerk\'s office, Liberty, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener, ColumbiaMagazine.com (c). Casey County Court Clerk Casey Davis big smile following the confirmation of the victory by the Dry forces in Casey County. The final total was 2,097 No, to 1970 Yes, a margin of 127 votes, with 37.5% of registered voters casting ballots Tuesday, August 23, 2016. Clicking Read More accesses precinct-by-precinct tally
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