Voters in McCreary County said no to liquor.
In a special election held Tuesday, voters narrowly rejected a proposal to allow the sale of alcohol within the county by 47 votes.
The final vote was 2485 for the proposal and 2532 against.
Voters in McCreary County, Kentucky are going to the polls Tuesday, to decide whether alchohol can be sold in their county.
There are a lot of strong opinions on both sides, with signs all over town.
Supporters say the county could use the tax dollars, and legal sales could cut down on bootlegging, which has been a problem in the county. It could also attract new businesses to town.
Opponents say alcohol won't solve McCreary County's problems.
If the alcohol vote passes, the fiscal court will set up a board to manage the sales of alcohol in McCreary County.
We'll let you know what voters decide later no WBIR.com and on 10News Nightbeat at 11.