Political action group A Better Way officially announced, last week, the beginning of their campaign at Hartselle Church of Christ. The group is working alongside another political action group, Families for a Safe Hartselle, to prevent the sale of alcohol in Hartselle.
The vote to sell alcohol is planned to be on the Nov. 6, 2012, general election ballot. In a recent press release A Better Way stated that it “is a group of concerned citizens focused on stopping the sale of liquor in Hartselle and promoting our quality of life. We are focused on asking people to pray for those who have and may be affected by alcohol. The cost of the alcohol referendum passing is not in dollars, but rather in lives affected.”
Though the campaign was officially announced only last week, wrecked cars and green “U Prayed?” signs, such as the wrecked car on the side of U.S. 36 entering Hartselle, have been displayed on the sides of the roads of Hartselle for weeks. Many churches have also posted coordinating phrases on their announcement signs, such as the ones above from East Highland Baptist Church and Son Rise Baptist Church.
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