Early voters in Clarendon are heading to the polls.
Whether to sell alcohol or not in Donley County is getting people's attention.
And with signs like these, they're wanting to be heard.
We spoke with a woman who says she was one of the first to the polls and voted no.
She says she's seen the aftermath of alcohol and isn't interested in bringing that to the small town.
Another man says the good will outweigh the bad.
Julia Hollis says, "We both volunteered, my husband and I in South Texas Children's Home for many years and we see the end results of more alcohol availibility.
David Sharp says, "they'll probably be a few problems, but I think the added tax revenue will outweigh the problems.
Sharp also says if the issue passes It will keep people from getting behind the wheel.
Hollis says selling alcohol will mean having to hire more law enforcement, costing tax payers more out of pocket.
Whether for or against it, a final decision will be made November 5, 2013.
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