After taking the oath of office in January, state Rep. Regina Bunch took her seat at the Capitol. She won a special election to replace her husband, Dewayne, who had sustained a brain injury.
After taking the oath of office in January, state Rep. Regina Bunch took her seat at the Capitol. She won a special election to replace her husband, Dewayne, who had sustained a brain injury.
After taking the oath of office in January, state Rep. Regina Bunch took her seat at the Capitol. She won a special election to replace her husband, Dewayne, who had sustained a brain injury.

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