AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – It was a nail biter for Commissioner Fennoy very close he’s been involved in a very close election he faced two challengers forcing commissioner Fennoy as well as commissioner Williams to go out and campaign go out and make their case to the voters commissioner Fennoy joining me now commissioner 52 percent watching the results come in tonight you were a little bit nervous bit of a nail biter 52 percent not by a lot but as one of your supporters said a win is a win.
“A win is a win 50 plus one is all I was asking for I’m glad the citizens of Richmond County residents of my district decided to let me continue to do the job that I stared,” said Fennoy,
You had some controversial votes the storm water fee and the program a tax increase a couple of years ago money to non profits that you supported those were issues how bad were those the reason this election seemed so close possibly for a run off.
“Most of the people I talked to agreed to everything I voted on those who didn’t agree with me giving the non-profits the money think the process needs to be changed where everybody can apply other than just commissioners arbitrarily deciding who gets some money and one of the things and one of the things I do is listen to my constituents
Commissioner Bill Fennoy listened and the message he heard tonight is he’ll be back in District 1
Super District 9 commissioner Marion Williams also facing challenge tonight cruising to an easy victory
65 percent for Commissioner Williams Williams is sometimes seen as a disruptive decisive force on the commission I talked to him earlier tonight I asked him that Commissioner Williams saying he his passionate and he speaks up for people and he says people in Super District 9 responded to that tonight,