Another New Mexico city is considering the switch to ranked-choice voting.

The Santa Fe New Mexican reports the city of Las Cruces is looking to adopt an ordinance establishing ranked-choice voting.

The City of Santa Fe already moved to this system earlier this year.

With ranked choice, voters rank their candidates in order of preference.

Should Las Cruces go the ranked-choice route, it would apply to elections beginning November of next year when voters decide on a new mayor and three city councilors.

The proposal will be considered next month.