In Walker County and LaFayette, Georgia voters approved a couple of different alcohol referendums Tuesday.
In Walker County, 12,876 people voted to allow restaurants to sell alcohol on Sundays, while 8,220 people voted against it. Also, 13,036 people voted to allow package sales of alcohol in stores in the county, while 7,878 people voted against it.
In LaFayette, voters approved restaurants selling alcohol by the drink on Sundays, 982-635. They also approved package sales of alcohol in stores, 983-637.