Three Bibb School Board seats were filled in Tuesday's election.
This is the first time the vote has counted on those races, even though Bibb County voters saw the candidates' names on their ballots back in July.
District lines had to be redrawn making any earlier votes invalid.
Incumbent Ella Carter won the District 1 race. She beat out challengers Brenda Sutton and Michael McKeever.
Carter says she's excited to continue her next term.
"There are a lot of positive things going on in this town, you ask me how I know? I stayed out there 47 years. I've been in the trenches, so I know what should be happening in classrooms and at the administrative level, so that's what I'm looking for again."
In District 2, Dr. Thelma Dillard was the winner. She won the three way race, beating out Alan Taylor and Angel Davis-Hopper.
Dillard was in education for about 40 years and served on Maocn City Council. She says that experience will help her serve the children of Bibb County.
She says the school District needs some changes, and she wants to focus on discipline.
"There's some measures in place now that I want to evaluate, look into, and make sure that they are going to prove the discipline for the classrooms so our teachers can teach," she says.
Susan Sipe, who was the incumbent took District 3. She beat Merrit Johnson in a race that came down to the wire. Sipe won by won by about 8 percent of the vote.
She takes on Republican Angela Freeman in November.