Two Republicans are looking to unseat an incumbent in the race for the District 4 County Commission. It's a race where the primary winner also wins the seat.
District 4 covers the largest area on the County Commission and the race is charged with accusations of developer influence.
County School Board Member Wyatt Bunker has strong words for Incumbent Tom Moss about the commissioner's ties to developers like Rusty Hyneman.
"It's about developer influence on the County Commision. It's about out of control development in the community. It's about our debt rising and it eroding away at the foundation of our schools," Bunker said.
As a homebuilder, Moss admits his trade brings him into contact with developers, but he says that's not the issue.
"The bottom line is all three candidates for this position are real estate agents," Moss explained.
Former Lakeland Mayor Jim Bomprezzi is back to challenge Moss a second time. High debt is on his mind. The county says it's just under 2 billion dollars, but Bomprezzi calculated his own number.