Mike Miller Officially Launches Campaign for State House District 66
Douglas County School Board Member Mike Miller seeks to bring record of conservative leadership to state Capitol through election to State House District 66 post. State House District 66 consists of Paulding and Douglas Counties.
- Atlanta, GA (1888PressRelease) June 12, 2012 - Mike Miller officially launched his campaign to seek State House District 66, which includes Douglas County and part of Paulding County after qualifying on May 24th at the state Capitol. Mike currently serves as a member of the Douglas County School Board where he has established himself as a conservative leader, working hard to cut wasteful spending and saving taxpayers millions of dollars during his first term. A lifelong resident of Douglasville and a product of the local school system, he is also a small business owner serving as managing partner of the law firm of Miller and Hightower, P.C.
"It would be an honor to represent the community that I grew up in and serve as its State Representative. I wish to take my conservative and principled leadership as a Douglas County School Board Member to the state Capitol to cut taxes, control wasteful spending and promote a quality education for our children. I am humbled by the support my campaign has received since forming my committee last year, and ask for Douglas and Paulding County residents in State House District 66 to vote for me in the July 31st Republican Primary."
Based on his dedicated service to his community in both the private and public sectors, Mike has received the endorsement of many prominent local civic and elected leaders including the following:
• County music singer Travis Tritt
• State Representative Dustin Hightower, District 68
• State Senator Josh McKoon, District 29
• Bryan Tolar, President of Georgia Agribusiness Council
"I will work hard over the next several weeks going door to door to listen and learn from the voters of State House District 66, so that I may be entrusted to serve them in our State Legislature" said Miller.