Wine in grocery stores also on Humboldt ballot
HUMBOLDT, Tenn. — Along with local, state and national elections, Humboldt residents also will decide whether they want wine sold in their grocery stores.
“If you are registered voter in the city of Humboldt, you get to vote of this referendum, and you either vote that you’re for wine in retail stores or against it,” Gibson County Administrator of Elections Julieanne Hart said.
There are two locations for early voting in Gibson County. One is at the Medina City Hall and the other is at the Gibson County Courthouse.
So far, more than 10,000 of the 30,000 registered voters have cast their ballots early in Gibson County.