Gwinnett County decided to hold a referendum on the November ballot during a July meeting, but cities need to decide for themselves. Here's which Gwinnett cities plan on holding votes on earlier alcohol sales (so far):
The city is considering a proposal to hold a Nov. 6 referendum at its Aug. 13 council meeting.
There will not be a referendum this year, but likely in 2019, according to spokesman Brian Arrington.
The city plans on holding a referendum in November 2019, according to spokeswoman Abby Wilkerson
The city will not have a referendum this year, but will consider adding it to the ballot for Lilburn’s November 2019 municipal elections.
The city will hold a referendum on extending alcohol sales on Nov. 6, 2018.
A referendum on earlier alcohol sales will be on the November 2019 ballot, according to spokeswoman Varessa Butts.
Not all cities have decided whether to hold a vote, or when.
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