Voters in Lovington, Tatum and Eunice will soon decide if they want to order a cold one with their dinner.
They'll be going to the polls to decide whether or not restaurants can sell beer and wine.
Voters turned down the chance a couple of times before.
The last time it lost by only six votes.
Officials told NewsWest 9, several voters were confused about the issue.
The cities say it's all about economics.
They can pull in new restaurants and other businesses without it.
The election is set for September 18.