In Tuesday's general election, several North Texas cities and towns held elections for alcohol sales ranging from beer and wine to mixed drinks in restaurants without the need for a private club license.
In every instance except for Grapevine, the measures passed.
Tarrant County's JP Precinct 1 Special Election, Proposition No. 1, allowed for"The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption only."
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It was approved by voters by 2 out of 3 voters.
Voters in the city of Grapevine rejected Proposition No. 1: "The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages for off-premise consumption only.
The city is host to a number of wineries, but rejected a proposal to allow liquor stores in the city.
Restaurants and bars in Royse City will be able to sell mixed drinks without requiring a private membership after Tuesday's vote.
Residents in the town of Boyd will be soon be able to buy beer and wine in the city limits after voters passed a beer and wine proposition 74 percent to 26 percent.
The city of Roanoke's Special Election, Proposition No. 1 for "The legal sale of all alcoholic beverages including mixed beverages" passed.
Restaurants and bars in Decatur will be able to sell mixed drinks without requiring a private membership.