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Liquor question may not make ballot
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Package liquor may fail before it can get to the polls as the petition to put it on the November ballot is just one-third of the way there with four days to go.As of Friday, the combined petitions contained 110 signatures that were counted by the election commission. To get on the ballot, legal liquor supporters must get 335 signatures of registered McMinnville city voters. Election officials said they do have several sheets with names they were still counting Friday but many sheets they had seen did not contain even one valid name of a registered city voter.