State House District 52
Barb Fuller is a Washtenaw County road commissioner, Democratic Party activist and co-founder of MI List, which focused on supporting pro-choice Democratic women for elected office.
She was appointed to the county road commission board in October 2013 for a term expiring at the end of 2016. By virtue of her seat on the road commission, Fuller also serves on the Washtenaw County parks & recreation commission.
Fuller served as Pittsfield Township's deputy supervisor from 2008-2012. She has managed both primary and general election races for Democratic candidates, previously working on behalf of former State Sen. Lana Pollack, former State Rep. Mary Schroer, the Pam Byrnes campaign for State Representative and for former Congresswoman Lynn Rivers. Fuller also has been an officer in the Washtenaw County Democratic Party.
Fuller is married to Nelson Fuller and has two adult children. She lives in Sharon Township near the village of Manchester.
Barb Fuller: In The News
Nearly $200K in campaign money reported in race to replace Gretchen Driskell – MLive, July 28, 2016
Soapbox Summer (audio and transcript) – WEMU, July 18, 2016
Roads, schools, Gelman plume priorities for 52nd District candidates – MLive, July 12, 2016
Candidate Forum (video) – League of Women Voters of the Ann Arbor Area, July 11, 2016
Barbara Fuller running to represent western Washtenaw County in state House – MLive, Nov. 10, 2015
Barbara Fuller Launches Campaign for State Representative in Michigan’s 52nd District – Manchester Mirror, Nov. 2, 2016
State House candidate Barb Fuller attends Dexter Forum – The Sun Times News, Aug. 21, 2015
Fuller Appointed to Washtenaw Road Commission – The Ann Arbor Chronicle, Oct. 17, 2013