Pigeon Forge voters will once again get to cast their ballots on whether to allow liquor by the drink sales.
On Thursday, Sevier County election officials set a special election for March 14.
In November, the measure was approved by fewer than a 100 votes, but a group opposing the liquor sales challenged the election in court, saying that more people voted than were registered in the city.
Election officials agreed there were problems with the election. It appears that some poll workers were confused, and allowed people to vote on the measure who did not actually live in the city limits. A judge tossed the election results out last week, and ordered a new vote.
Several restaurants in Pigeon Forge began serving liquor by the drink after the November election, and are continuing to do so.