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Tue January 19, 2010
Trigg County precinct vote
By Caleb Campbell
Trigg County, KY – A Trigg County precinct is trying to vote their area dry after the September vote that repealed prohibition. The Kentucky New Era reports the decision of whether the Montgomery precinct can go dry could be decided by the judge's definition of "territory." Kentucky law states that "no local option election shall be held in the same territory more than once in every three years." Circuit Judge C.A. Woodall will listen next week to attorneys that are for and against a special election in the Montgomery voting district. Woodall will have the option of making a decision at the bench or issuing an order later.