Results from Hawkins County: Voters in Mt. Carmel, Church Hill, and Rogersville approve liquor by the drink. Rogersville also approves package stores.
Results from Sevier County: Pigeon Forge approves liquor by the drink
Results from McMinn County: Etowah voters approve liquor by the drink and package stores.
Results from Oliver Springs: Voters vote down package store proposal.
Results from Monroe County: Madisonville voters approve liquor by the drink.
Results from Scott County are in: Package stores pass by 1 vote in Winfield. Liquor by the drink passes by 20 votes. In Huntsville, both measures fail, but by close margins.
Voters in several East Tennessee counties are voting on liquor sales this election day.
In Hawkins County, voters in Mount Carmel, Church Hill, and Rogersville are deciding on whether to adopt liquor by the drink sales at local restaurants. Rogersville residents are also deciding on whether to allow package stores in town.
In Scott County, liquor by the drink and package stores are on the ballots in two towns: Huntsville and Winfield.
Madisonville, Etowah, and Pigeon Forge voters are also determining the future of liquor by the drink at their local restaurants.
Finally, Oliver Springs has the question of liquor stores on its ballot as well.
We will have the results in all these votes, on 10News Nightbeat at 11 and on WBIR.com.