Prohibition is not a thing of the past in Kentucky the way it is in some states, but the sale of alcohol is still a hot-button issue. When an alcohol vote is on the ballot, it's a major hullabaloo in some places. Earlier this month, there were five local elections to expand alcohol sales. Elizabethtown, for example, went from being "moist" — allowing alcohol by the drink in restaurants that have seating for at least 100 people — to being fully wet, allowing retail and package sales at stores. Kentucky has more "dry" counties than wet ones, although most people live in wet counties.