Thursday, May 9, 2013 at 12:00 am (Updated: May 9, 12:02 am)
Less than 48 hours after the Midway city election on April 30, the balance of power had shifted and the town was in for a major shake-up.
The election of Eria Caesar, replacing former Mayor Ella Barber, signaled a change was coming to the tiny town halfway between Quincy and Tallahassee.
The first order of business during the regular May 2 meeting was to elect a mayor. Three names were placed in nomination: Charles Willis (mayor pro tem), Delores Madison and Jerrod Holton.
By one vote, Holton was named mayor and the audience erupted in thunderous applause.
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