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State Rep. Fullerton ready to return, planning fourth term

Dougherty County school board member Darrel Ealum Dougherty County school board member Darrel Ealum
Former Dougherty County Commissioner Muarlean Edwards Former Dougherty County Commissioner Muarlean Edwards
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

State Representative Carol Fullerton is preparing to return to work on Tuesday.

The Albany Democrat has been unable to attend any sessions so far this year as she recovers from serious injuries she suffered in a car crash in October.

She is also planning on kicking off her re-election campaign for the District 153 seat in the House. It would be her fourth term.

"I enjoy serving the people of Albany and Dougherty County," Fullerton said. "It's something that I spent my whole life getting ready to do."

Dougherty County school board member Darrel Ealum and former Dougherty County Commissioner Muarlean Edwards are running for the seat as well.

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