The two top candidates in the mayoral race, Randy Toms and Joe Musselwhite, are getting ready for the December 3rd runoff.
Toms grabbed the greatest number of votes with 24.6-percent. Musselwhite took 22.9-percent of the pie, with about 115 voters less than Toms.
Both men are Warner Robins natives. Both are career employees of the City of Warner Robins. They edged out the other four competitors.
Toms said, "I expected it be a close race, and it was."
Musselwhite said, "I was counting on the early voting."
That's what nudged Musselwhite into the runoff. He scored the most in that column of any candidate, taking 738 of about 2,600 absentee and early votes cast.
Musselwhite said, "It put me right where I needed to be."