After Tuesday's Primary Election, the Walton County Board of Commissioners is going to be shaken up.
The ballots are in and the voters have spoken. By November of this year, only 2 of the current 5 Commissioners will remain.
Tuesday's primary election had a hand in seating two of those new faces through universal primary races.
With Commissioner Larry Jones retiring, District Three now belongs to Bill Imfeld, who took the lead with nearly 58% of the vote.
In an earlier interview with News 13, Imfeld outlined a clear plan for the future.
"I'm for restoring commonsense leadership to Walton County and bringing public confidence back to the county commission. So, we can address the future issues of economic development, infrastructure and public safety," said Imfeld.
Perhaps the most surprising result of the evening was the upset in District Five. Commissioner Cecilia Jones lost to Cindy Meadows, a former District Five Commissioner from 2004-2008.
The race was tight. Jones lost by only 152 votes.
At a campaign event meadows cited her experience as a strength.
"I'm a community planner, I have a master's degree in Urban and Regional Planning, and I've had thirty years of experience in community issues," said Meadows.
Now, all that's left is Scott Brannon's seat in District One, which will be decided in the general election this November.
Republican Bill Chapman will face Democrat Frank Day.
Voter Steve Dungan believes a change-up in the Board of Commissioners is just what the county needs
"I think too long tends to cause problems and we get people that maybe get too comfortable and a little too connected in some ways rather than just doing their job and listening to the people and representing the people," said Dungan.
Tuesday's turnout was just under 26 percent of registered voters in the county.