A former interim mayor, a political newcomer, and well-known chef go head-to-head in the race for the Warner Robins Post 5 council seat.
That district stretches to the city's northern boundary, Highway 247, and includes Commercial Circle, which is the downtown area.
The candidates talked about their agenda, if elected to council for a year term.
Retired educator 70-year-old Clifford Holmes thought about giving the mayor's job a go.
He's held the position before; 70 days in 2008 when then-mayor, Donald Walker, went on sick leave.
Holmes decided against the mayor's race this time, saying, "It's an expensive venture."
Instead, he's trying to reclaim the seat he left four years ago. He said many friends and neighbors in the area encouraged him to run again.
Holmes said, "I offer myself again, so at least there will be some experience in the race."