Dayton votes on alcohol sales on Wednesday

DAYTON, Tennessee (WDEF) – Voters in Dayton will decide a referendum on package stores Wednesday at the polls.

The city is holding municipal elections that include the Mayor and City Council.

But the incumber Mayor Gary Louallen and council members Billy Graham and Steven Randolph are all unopposed.

That leaves the retail package store referendum.

Dayton residents are asked if they want to allow the sale of alcohol in the city.

The polls are open until 8 PM.

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