The Republican National Committee is set to announce on Tuesday whether Dallas or Cleveland will host its 2016 convention.
A nine-member selection committee is expected to vote by phone Tuesday morning.
Leaders from both cities have been courting the GOP for months.
The winner will get 50,000 visitors, a big economic boost, and a week in the national spotlight.
If Dallas wins, the convention would be held at American Airlines Center.
The decision could come down to money.
The Washington Post reports the host city is required to pay for renting venues and security.
By that measure, Dallas is way ahead.
Dallas claims to have $50 million in commitments while Cleveland has raised only about $30 million.
But there are other considerations.
Texas is already solidly in the Republican camp while Ohio is a swing state.
Cleveland also is in the Eastern time zone, which is generally regarded as better for television coverage.
Dallas, on the other hand, has more experience hosting big events like the Super Bowl and the Final Four.