(LOXLEY, Ala.) Tuesday Loxley voters will determine if it will remain the only Baldwin County community that bans alcohol sales on Sundays.
The city's referendums are broken into two parts on the ballot.
One is for stores to sell alcohol. The other for restaurants to serve alcohol.
"I don't see what the big deal is. I mean, why not? It will help the economy," said Loxley resident, Daniel Rutherford.
"We're the only city in Baldwin that doesn't sell alcohol on Sunday, so it's pointless," said Piggly Wiggly Assistant Manager J.D. Moran. He says his store loses at least $1,000 in beer and wine sales every Sunday.
"We're losing revenue for the city and it's going to Robertsdale or Stapleton," said Moran.
"If somebody wants it they'll get it anyway," said Rutherford.
In 2003 voters in all other Baldwin County municipalities approved Sunday sales of beer and wine. Loxley voters shot it down.
"Everybody here is old fashioned. They don't want to see the law passed. It's the bible belt, you know," said Moran.
Mary Lou Yeager isn't sold on the idea and never will be.
"I think if people want alcohol they can make an effort to buy before. I think Sunday is a family day and alcohol need not be involved," said Yeager.
Others don't see the harm.
"If you're religious, fine. I still go to church but I may want a beer with my hamburger," said Jose Santiago.
The vote was originally scheduled for August 28, but was moved to Tuesday because of Hurricane Isaac.
Business owners pushing for the change hope voters remember to head to the polls at all.