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The elections board's decision means a July 31 referendum is likely, and sales could start Aug. 12.
A Marietta lawyer says the ballots in the county's six municipalities should have included the option for unincorporated Cobb.
The Republican presidential candidate gained the most votes from those living within the city limits on Super Tuesday.
With 62 percent of citizens casting their ballots in favor today, the sales will go into effect as soon as the tally is certified by Cobb the Board of Elections & Registration.
In today's election, Cobb County residents voted in favor of Sunday alcohol sales by a landslide.
The live blog is closed, but you can replay and read all the comments. What are your thoughts on the GOP primaries? Add your comments below the article.
Powder Springs citizens continue to trickle into the city's precincts to cast their ballots on Super Tuesday.
Powder Springs residents will head to the polls today to cast their ballots for who they think should receive the GOP presidential nomination, as well as Sunday alcohol sales.
"Although the president is the only Democrat on the ballot, please come out to show your support," he said in an email to constituents.
And even if the GOP presidential candidate takes the Peach State on Super Tuesday, the question remains on whether he'll gain the support of all 76 delegates.
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