Clay County goes wet

In Clay County, 726 voted in favor of going wet, while 370 did not support the measure.

The local alcohol option was also on the ballot for folks who live in the city of Jolly.

Jolly residents also approved the sale of alcohol, by just one vote, that total was 30 to 29.

Following the election results, all of Clay County is now wet, after Henrietta voters approved a similar measure in 2013.
The results are big for one Texoma business owner who fought hard to bring the legalization of alcohol sales to a vote.

Jolly Truck Stop owner Yadi Kamali spearheaded the campaign to legalize alcohol sales countywide.

 


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