ATLANTA - It was years in the making, but 4 weeks from Tuesday many Georgia voters will be able to decide if take home beer, wine and liquor can be sold in their communities on Sunday.
Some, but not all, will see it on a November 8th ballot.
So how do you know if you will?
Well, that depends on where you live.
Voters in 89 Georgia cities will get their say, one way or the other, on Sunday sales.
Most of those cities, 59, are in or on the fringes of the greater metro Atlanta area.
Interestingly, only 11 Georgia counties will have it on their November ballot.
Only two of those are in the metro area: Barrow and Cherokee Counties.
The reason is money.
Most cities have elections in odd numbered years, but most counties in even numbered years, which means not until 2012.