This November could be a little different for
Mike Brashear of the Citizens for Better Government Warner Robins wants to spread the word to middle aged voters and bring up issues that will hopefully get them to the polls.
"Find something that they grasp, that they take and become passionate about. Parks, speed bumps as it may be. Cross walks, something that each individual citizen can say hey I'm going to go vote because that's important to me," said Brashear.
Because of significant growth in post 4, The mayor's office and city council drafted a new map to evenly distribute population to voting districts.
"Now they're going to all have about 8,000 registered voters across the board and about 17,000 in population across the board," said Mayor Chuck Shaheen.
Brashear says no voting map will be perfect, but he's pleased with the city's process of the change. Especially the fact the administration went outside of the city government to draw the lines.
"The way they've gone about it has been very professional. The fact that we went out and got a true professional, Mrs. Meggars that recently retired from the state. She accomplished this for a number of years. So it certainly gives us confidence that is gone about in the right manner."
The proposed re-districting plan will go before full city council next month.
Once a plan is approved, the new district map will be on the city's web page.
To see the proposed districts click here.