It's an area of the city that's rapidly growing, and three men are vying to represent Post 4.
International businessman Mike Brashear, says he's fed up with the drama in the council chambers.
"Being overseas in London, and in Scotland and have someone say what's going on in Warner Robins, you know as a negative. It's just unnecessary."
Former Houston County Commissioner, Gene Harrington, says he's stepping up to take care of the problems.
"This is the first time I have seen a crying need for the expertise that I possess."
26 year old George Zorrilla's lived in the city for less than 3 years, but his frustration as a citizen is prompting him to take action.
"Well it wasn't just me, it was more of hearing things from the community about the lack of synergy within council and just the representation in general."
It's not just the fighting that brought Brashear to the ballot.
"It's a quality of life issue. There's a lack there of. We have a number of young families with young children and there's no playgrounds."
Harrington believes money is the problem.
"Finding ways to save money, and coming up with ways to pay on the shortfall in the budget."
One area that needs more attention, says Zorilla, is the police department.
"They're understaffed, overworked. We put in a lot of money into training them, and they put in transfers because they're not getting paid well."
The recent Carl Vinson pay study has Brashear on board for a city-wide solution.
"We need to aggressively pursue that, get them in town, go through that in early December, and then in early January implement one of those recommendations."
Harrington says this government can't move the city forward, until they learn to work as a unit.
"Once we are together on the same page, then we map out our priorities."
Zorilla wants the public to be in on the planning and budgeting.
"This percentage went into this fund, that fund, this fund, breaking it down to where you know, the citizens feel like their money is being well spent."
When you're at the polls remember, Post 4 candidates have your money on their minds.