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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -
Republican Heather Sellers announced her candidacy for State House District 74 seat on Thursday. Sellers is a member of the Montgomery School Board.
She will face Republicans Charlotte Meadows and Dimitri Polizos in the upcoming special election.
Sellers says she brings conservative, republican values to the table, and is ready to listen and serve the people of her district. She believes her experience in education will help house members better craft education legislation.
No Democrats have qualified to run yet. The seat was vacated when Jay Love resigned August 1. Love said he'll continue his mission to improve education from the private sector.
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