In Warner Robins, all three incumbents were re-elected.
Six people ran for three council seats: Posts Two, Four, and Six.
Carolyn Robbins represents Post Two. She won with 81 percent of the vote.
She received 1,507 total votes, compared to her opponent Jeffrey Walker, who received 347 votes.
For Post Four, Tim Thomas won with 55 percent of the vote.
Thomas received 332 votes, and his opponent Betsy Loiacono received 267 votes.
Mike Davis won Post Six with 71 percent of votes.
He received 370 votes, and Carmen Antonio received 149.
They will serve another four years on City Council.
"I think that's the thing this city needed," says Robbins. "We needed to have some continuity in our government. I think that's going to help us a lot."