Tonight in Warner Robins, the candidates came out for their final public forum of the campaign season.
The audience was listening intently as the candidates for city council gave their final speeches. Each candidate was hoping to win over some votes before Tuesday.
The question and answer forum led to many candidates voicing their opinions on what they call "cleaning up council." The other big talking points tonight were BRAC and more access to the base.
"When BRAC comes in, they're going to look at the quality of life that our city offers to the people working at the base," says Paul Shealy, Warner Robins City Council.
Shealy says, he's heard a lot of positive ideas from all the candidates at these forums. Neal Erwin and Jeffrey Walker were the only faces missing.
Now, it's up to the voters to decide who will fill the seats in the council chamber.