Warner Robins will pick a mayor Tuesday, or at least narrow the wide open six-way field down to two. Nothing less than the future of the city itself hangs in the balance, said voter Ron Collins who is retired from the construction industry.
Voters in Warner Robins will go to the polls Tuesday to pick a new mayor, or at least narrow the field of six candidates down to two. With no incumbent in the race, “there is no front-runner,” said Telegraph Houston County bureau reporter Christina M. Wright.
The man who was almost elected mayor of Warner Robins four years ago will try again this November. Chuck Chalk lost to current mayor Chuck Shaheen in 2009 by fewer than 200 votes. The 46-year-old Air Force veteran will make his second bid official Tuesday.