A number of important elections are happening in Muscogee County and across portions of the Chattahoochee Valley on Tuesday.
The Official and Complete election will be certified by the Board of Elections Friday, July 29.
In District 1, Pat Hugely-Green will continue her service to District 1 after defeating Joann Thomas-Brown with 57 percent of the votes.
The second runoff election is in District 7 between incumbent Cathy Williams and Sheila Williams. Cathy won the race with 57 percent of the votes. .
Also on Tuesday in Muscogee, Harris and Meriwether Counties, voters decided which Republican they want running in the 3rd Congressional District.
Former West Point Mayor Drew Ferguson defeated State Senator Mike Crane with 54 percent of the votes. During the primary election, only 100 votes separated the two candidates.
In Marion County, Eric Ivey defeated Guy Grimsley with 58 percent of the votes.
And this morning we are hearing from the two candidates as they make their final push for voters. The winner of today's runoff will face Democrat Angela Pendley in the November general election.
Also in Chattahoochee County, there is a race for sheriff that will lead to the first new sheriff in several years. The race is between Hank Lynch and Michael Sizemore.
Here's where you can vote on Tuesday: of the 26 precincts in Columbus - 21 of them will be open. The ones closed are the National Infantry Museum, Faith Tabernacle, Saint Andrew Church, Salvation Army Church and the Psalmond Recreation Center.
The polls were open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. ET. MOBILE USERS: You can view the election results by clicking here.
And if you voted Democratic in the first primary election you will not be able to vote in the Congressional race, which is Republican.
If you have any questions about polling locations or about voting, you can contact the Muscogee County Board of Elections by clicking here.