Current Warner Robins councilman Mike Daley wants to keep his job serving the city from Post 1.
He paid his $252 qualifying fee Wednesday at City Hall.
He'll be challenged by current Mayor Chuck Shaheen, who decided to go after a seat on council instead of running for reelection. Also in the race is Charlie Scott, a former city firefighter.
Daley explained Wednesday why, even with a mayor in the race, he thinks his experience stands out.
"I came into this job with quite a bit of experience. A lot of leadership experience, a lot of management experience. I've managed at a high level. Multiple companies with, you know, multi-million dollars worth of budgets in capital assets and those kinds of things. But the other thing that I've learned is, since I've been here for the last four years, I have learned a lot more about city government, finance, and operations."
Daley, Scott, and Shaheen face each other in the vote on November 4.