Early voting for the two Warner Robins run-off elections started Monday and runs through Friday.
Two council seats are up for grabs.
All city voters can cast a ballot in the Post 2 at-large race. Some city voters can vote in the Post 4 race.
The Post 4 candidates are battling over qualifications and the tough task of getting voters to come back to the polls.
Monday was a damp first day of early voting. Voters trickled into Warner Robins City Hall, where early voting is taking place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day this week.
About 40 people cast ballots by noon, according to a poll worker.
Encouraging more to come out is a priority of both Post 4 candidates.
Mike Brashear says he will be making calls all week, repeating the same message. He said, "I appreciate their vote of support on November 5th. I hope they'll get back out on December 6th."