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Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-01) announced today additional office hours as part of his successful mobile office program.  In order to better serve the needs of constituents who are not close to the Congressman’s Pensacola or Ft. Walton offices, special “mobile office” days have been established.  Congressman Miller’s Military and Veteran Affairs Caseworker, Stevan Davis, will be manning the office answering questions about problems with federal agencies or issues affecting the First Congressional District.

 “This is just another way we can better serve our growing population in Northwest Florida,” Miller said.  “We tried the mobile office concept earlier, and we had such an outstanding turnout that we decided to expand the concept and add more dates and locations to the program.”

 The date and time of the mobile office day is listed below.


Wednesday, June 25, 2014


10:00 am - 11:30 am – Holmes Chamber of Commerce

             106 E. Byrd Avenue, Bonifay, Florida


2:00 p.m. – 3:30 pm – Veteran Service Office

             63 BoPete Manor Road, DeFuniak Springs, Florida

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Miller Statement Regarding Sec. Shinseki’s Resignation


Following the announcement of VA Secretary Eric Shinseki’s resignation, Chairman Jeff Miller released the following statement:

"Everybody knows Eric Shinseki is an honorable man whose dedication to our country is beyond reproach. I thank him for his legacy of service to our nation. Unfortunately, Shinseki's tenure at the Department of Veterans Affairs will forever be tainted by a pervasive lack of accountability among poorly performing VA employees and managers, apparent widespread corruption among medical center officials and an unparalleled lack of transparency with Congress, the public and the press. Appropriately, Shinseki is taking the brunt of the blame for these problems, but he is not the only one within VA who bears responsibility. Nearly every member of Shinseki's inner circle failed him in a major way. Those who surrounded Shinseki shielded him from crucial facts and hid bad news reports, in the process convincing him that some of the department’s most serious, well documented and systemic issues were merely isolated incidents to be ignored. Eric Shinseki trusted the VA bureaucracy, and the VA bureaucracy let him down.”

“Right now, VA needs a leader who will take swift and decisive action to discipline employees responsible for mismanagement, negligence and corruption that harms veterans while taking bold steps to replace the department’s culture of complacency with a climate of accountability. VA’s problems are deadly serious, and whomever the next secretary may be, they will receive no grace period from America’s veterans, American taxpayers and Congress.” – Rep. Jeff Miller, Chairman, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs

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House Passes Miller Bill to Help Bring Much Needed Accountability to VA


WASHINGTON, D.C.— Following House passage of H.R. 4031, the Department of Veterans Affairs Management Accountability Act, Chairman Jeff Miller released the below statement:


“The House has voted to take an important first step toward ending the culture of complacency that is jeopardizing patient safety within the Department of Veterans Affairs health care system. VA’s widespread and systemic lack of accountability is exacerbating all of its most pressing problems, including the department’s stubborn disability benefits backlog and a mounting toll of preventable deaths – including 23 recent fatalities due to delays in care – at VA medical centers across the country. While the vast majority of the department’s more than 300,000 employees and executives are dedicated and hard-working, VA’s well-documented reluctance to ensure its leaders are held accountable for negligence and mismanagement is tarnishing the reputation of the organization and may actually be encouraging more veteran suffering instead of preventing it. With all the problems VA hospitals and regional offices have recently had and new issues continually arising, we need to give the VA Secretary the authority he needs to fix things. That’s what my bill would do, and I applaud my colleagues in the House for supporting it. Now the Senate is faced with a stark choice: stand with veterans who rely on VA health care or stand with poorly performing bureaucrats entrenched in a dysfunctional personnel system. For the sake of our veterans, I hope the Senate chooses wisely.  – Rep. Jeff Miller, Chairman, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs   



About the VA Management Accountability Act

The bill was developed in response to reams of evidence supporting a widespread lack of accountability in the wake of the department’s stubborn disability benefits backlog and a mounting toll of preventable veteran deaths – including 23 recent fatalities due to delays in care – at VA medical centers across the country. More than a dozen instances of this trend are documented on the VA Accountability Watch portion of the HVAC website. In each instance, VA senior executives who presided over mismanagement or negligence were more likely to receive a bonus or glowing performance review than any sort of punishment.


Despite the fact that multiple VA Inspector General reports have linked many VA patient care problems to widespread mismanagement and GAO findings that VA bonus pay has no clear link to performance, VA officials have consistently defended their celebration of executives who presided over poor performance.


Because of VA’s failure to address these problems, Chairman Miller wrote to President Obama in May 2013 asking for the president’s personal involvement in addressing VA’s management, oversight and accountability issues. Months later, Chairman Miller received a response from VA Secretary Shinseki – not President Obama – that failed to mention any specific actions the department has taken to hold its executives accountable for mismanagement.



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 Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-01) announced today additional office hours as part of his successful mobile office program.  In order to better serve the needs of constituents who are not close to the Congressman’s Pensacola or Ft. Walton offices, special “mobile office” days have been established.  Expanding on the idea first used for “veteran’s assistance days”, members of his staff will be manning the office answering questions about problems with federal agencies or issues affecting the First Congressional District.

 “This is just another way we can better serve our growing population in Northwest Florida,” Miller said.  “We tried the mobile office concept earlier, and we had such an outstanding turnout that we decided to expand the concept and add more dates and locations to the program.”

 The dates and times of the mobile office days are listed below.


Tuesday, May 20, 2014


10:00 am - 11:30 am – City of Laurel Hill Council Chamber

8209 Hwy 85 N, Laurel Hill, Florida



1:30 p.m. – 3:00 pm – Baker Block Museum

1307 B Georgia Avenue, Baker, Florida

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US Congressman Jeff Miller of Florida's 1st District
May 15, 2014



Washington D.C.—Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-01) will appear TONIGHT on CNN to discuss the VA’s delays in care scandal.  The show begins at 7:00 p.m. Central Time.



Who:     Congressman Jeff Miller

What:    Anderson Cooper 360°

When:   TONIGHT, Thursday, May 15, 2014.  7:00p.m. C.T.

Where:  CNN




Washington, DC Office:
336 Cannon House Office Building
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-4136
Fax: (202) 225-3414
Pensacola Office:
4300 Bayou Blvd., Suite 13
Pensacola, Florida 32503
Phone: (850) 479-1183
Fax: (850) 479-9394
Ft. Walton Beach Office:
348 S.W. Miracle Strip Parkway, Suite 24
Fort Walton Beach, Florida 32548
Phone: (850) 664-1266
Fax: (850) 664-0851
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Need help after the Storm?


Storm and Flood Resources

Who to call:

• Citizens are asked to call 911 only for emergencies with risk of injury. General concerns and non-emergency issues should be directed to call 471-6600 in Escambia County and 983-4636 in Santa Rosa County.
• Dangerous road conditions can be reported to the Santa Rosa County Road and Bridge Department at 626-0191.
• Residents with flood damage to their home can report damage online at or by calling 983-5360.

Where to go:
• Shelters are open at the Milton Community Center, 5629 Byrom Street in Milton, and the Community Life Center, 4115 Soundside Drive in Gulf Breeze. Those needing transportation to the shelter can call 983-4626.
• Sand bags are being distributed at the County Road & Bridge Department located at 6075 Old Bagdad Hwy in Milton.

Tips to stay safe:
The Florida Emergency Management Agency has issued a series of tips for safety during and after a flood.
• If flooding occurs, go to higher ground and avoid areas subject to flooding.
• -Do not attempt to walk across flowing streams or drive through flooded roadways.
• -If your car stalls in rapidly rising waters, get out immediately and climb to higher ground.
• -If water rises in your home before you evacuate, go to the top floor, attic, or roof.
• -Listen to a battery-operated radio for the latest storm information.
• -Turn off all utilities at the main power switch and close the main gas valve if advised to do so.
• -If you've come in contact with floodwaters, wash your hands with soap and disinfected water.
• -Stay on firm ground. Moving water only 6 inches deep can sweep you off your feet. Standing water may be electrically charged from underground or downed power lines.
• -Flooding may have caused familiar places to change. Floodwaters often erode roads and walkways. Flood debris may hide animals and broken bottles, and it's also slippery. Avoid walking or driving through it.

After the storm

* Roads may still be closed because they have been damaged or are covered by water. Barricades have been placed for your protection. If you come upon a barricade or a flooded road, go another way.
* If your home has suffered damage, call your insurance agent to file a claim.
*Check for structural damage before re-entering your home to avoid being trapped in a building collapse.
• -Take photos of any floodwater in your home and save any damaged personal property.
• -Make a list of damaged or lost items and include their purchase date and value with receipts, and place with the inventory you took prior to the flood. Some damaged items may require disposal, so keep photographs of these items.
• -Keep power off until an electrician has inspected your system for safety.
• -Boil water for drinking and food preparation until authorities tell you that your water supply is safe.
• -Prevent mold by removing wet contents immediately.
• -Wear gloves and boots to clean and disinfect. Wet items should be cleaned with a pine-oil cleanser and bleach, completely dried, and monitored for several days for any fungal growth and odors.

Feel free to call my office at 850-479-1183  or 850-664-1266 if we can be of any help. Read More



Congressman Jeff Miller (R-FL-01) announced today additional office hours as part of his successful mobile office program.  In order to better serve the needs of constituents who are not close to the Congressman’s Pensacola or Ft. Walton offices, special “mobile office” days have been established.  Members of his staff will be manning the mobile office answering questions about problems with federal agencies or issues affecting the First Congressional District.

 “This is just another way we can better serve our growing population in Northwest Florida,” Miller said.  “We tried the mobile office concept earlier, and we had such an outstanding turnout that we decided to expand the concept and add more dates and locations to the program.”

 The dates and times of the mobile office days are listed below.

Wednesday, February 26, 2014


10:00 am - 11:30 am – Niceville City Hall

 209 N. Partin Drive, Niceville, Florida


2:00 p.m. – 3:30 pm – Crestview City Hall

198 N. Wilson Street, Crestview, Florida





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Washington, DC – U.S. Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL-1) issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s State of the Union Address:

 “President Obama missed an opportunity to turn the page on five years of high unemployment, stagnant economic growth, out-of-control government spending, and a failed health care policy.  I had hoped the President would have used the occasion to reach out to a divided Congress and show some real leadership by building on areas of agreement between the parties and breathe some life into our dormant economy.

Instead, the President chose to continue to operate in campaign mode and appease the extreme left-wing faction of his political party with sweeping government growth and the intention to ‘go it alone’ if Congress doesn't kowtow to his proposals.

If the President is really serious about a year of action, he should embrace some of the House-led efforts and work to lower health care costs, strengthen education for our children, ensure the strength of our military, and help hardworking American families take home more of their paychecks.

President Obama still fails to understand the basic economic truth that we are not nearly $17 trillion in debt because we aren’t taxing enough; we are in this situation because we spend too much.  The President and Democrats in Congress can’t raise taxes enough to get this country out of the fiscal abyss. 

To right this economy, we need to cut government spending.  We need to move towards a balanced budget, and this government needs to stop mortgaging the future of our children and grandchildren.”




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Miller Newsletter 1/12/14


US Congressman Jeff Miller of Florida's 1st District
Miller Newsletter
January 12, 2014
Last week marked the beginning of the Second Session of the 113th Congress. Over the next year, the Republican-led House of Representatives will continue to advance a robust legislative agenda based on the conservative principles of limited government, personal responsibility, and individual liberty laid out by the Founding Fathers in our Constitution as we continue to fight for policies that will help our Nation’s businesses grow and create jobs, decrease the size and scope of government, and cut spending to preserve the American Dream for future generations.

Constituent Voice
I continue to hear from constituents across Northwest Florida who are deeply concerned about Obamacare and its impact on their families and our Nation. One area of particular concern is the the Administration’s apparent disregard for the security of the sensitive personal and health care information of millions of Americans who used the exchanges.

A report by the credit agency Experian cautions, “The healthcare industry, by far, will be the most susceptible to publicly disclosed and widely scrutinized data breaches in 2014.” Yet, the Administration has been so caught up trying to convince Americans to sign up for Obamacare, that they have not adequately addressed security concerns or established practices to notify individuals in the case of security failures.

To help address this issue and bring much needed transparency to the exchanges, the House passed H.R. 3811, theHealth Exchange Security and Transparency Actlast week by a vote of 291-122. H.R. 3811 would require the Department of Health and Human Services to notify individuals, within two business days, if their personal information has been stolen or unlawfully accessed through an Obamacare exchange. I was glad to support this measure. The American people have a right to know if the Administration’s failures have put their personal information at risk.

Washington Update

H.R. 2279, Reducing Excessive Deadline Obligations Act

Throughout our economy, excessive regulatory red tape continues to hamper business growth and job creation. In many instances, these regulations are outdated, duplicative, and unnecessary; while in other instances, they are properly regulated at the state level. Last week, the House passed H.R. 2279, theReducing Excessive Deadline Obligations Act, which would help modernize EPA’s regulatory process by removing the requirement that the EPA revise regulations under the Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) every three years. Instead, the legislation requires the EPA to revise those regulations only when appropriate. The bill would also codify the role of states in the regulatory process by directing the EPA to consult with state entities regarding the removal of hazardous chemicals on sites within the state, and directing federal facilities that house hazardous substances or pollutants to be subject to the laws of the particular states where they are located. Together these provisions would remove unnecessary red tape and improve the state/federal relationship when dealing with hazardous waste.

H.J.Res.105, Conferring Honorary Citizenship on Bernardo de Gálvez
The City of Pensacola has a rich history as America’s First Settlement and the City of Five Flags, and it has played host to a number of key historical events. I was pleased last week to introduce legislation to honor the accomplishments of one of Pensacola’s most important historical figures.

During the Revolutionary War, Pensacola served as the capital of the British West Indies and was a vital naval and commercial port for the British Empire’s colonies in the Gulf Coast and Caribbean. Capturing Pensacola was key to defeating the British forces, and it was achieved in large part due to the efforts of General Bernardo de Gálvez.

General Gálvez was a Spanish general who provided invaluable support to the American war effort both before and after Spain’s official entry into the Revolutionary War. As Governor of Spanish Louisiana, General Gálvez supplied arms, medicine and other supplies to the American forces. After Spain’s formal entry into the war in 1779, General Gálvez recruited and led an army of 7,500 Spanish and American troops that seized the Port of New Orleans and successfully defeated the British at battles in Baton Rouge, Natchez and Mobile. In March of 1781, General Gálvez and his troops began the Siege of Pensacola, during which General Gálvez was wounded by gunfire. After nearly two months of fighting, the British surrendered, leaving them without any major naval bases along the Gulf Coast.

General Gálvez’s efforts to assist in the formation of our country were recognized by President George Washington, who declared his efforts a deciding factor in the outcome of the war, and by the United States Continental Congress, who formally declared their gratitude to General Gálvez for his service to our Nation. General Gálvez also helped draft the terms of the war treaty, and he played a fundamental role in the mapping and development of the Gulf Coast.

H.J.Res.105, which was introduced with the support of the entire Florida Congressional Delegation, would posthumously confer honorary citizenship on General Gálvez for his crucial role in securing our Independence. Honorary citizenship is a rare and extraordinary ceremonial recognition granted to foreigners who have rendered great service to the United States. Seven individuals have been granted honorary citizenship, including two Revolutionary War heroes—the Marquis de Lafayette and General Casimir Pulaski.

Major David Lasseter Promotion Ceremony
It is always humbling to recognize the achievements of our men and women in uniform and take part in a promotion ceremony. Witnessing the advancement of their dedicated careers is a very personal event that not only endorses their past performance, but also the individual’s potential to further build and maintain a strong military. Last week I was honored to assist in promoting a former staff member of mine, David Lasseter, to the rank of Major in the United States Marine Corps Reserve. David was an invaluable member of my staff, and he is a tireless advocate for our military. Vicki and I thank him for his continued dedication and commitment and wish him all the best as he continues to serve our Nation.

Congressman Miller promoting David Lasseter (Left); Congressman Miller with Maj. Lasseter and parents, Earle and Sally

Veterans Corner

Columbia and Augusta VA Oversight Visits
I traveled to Columbia, South Carolina, and Augusta, Georgia, last week to conduct congressional oversight visits to the Columbia and Augusta VA Medical Centers as well as the Columbia VA Regional Office.The medical center oversight visits were the result of at least nine preventable veteran deaths linked to delays in medical care at both facilities. The issue of delays in care in Columbia and Augusta first surfaced as part of a March 14, 2013, House Veterans’ Affairs Committee hearing, and subsequent committee investigative efforts identified more than 4500 unresolved gastroenterology (GI) consults at the Augusta VAMC as well as a backlog of nearly 3000 GI consults at the Columbia facility. The Columbia and Augusta deaths are part of a pattern of at least 21 recent preventable veteran deaths and a host of lapses in care at VA medical facilities across the country identified by VA Inspector General and media reports.

As Chairman of the House Veterans’ Affairs Committee, I am determined to get to the bottom of these preventable deaths, ensure VA holds the responsible parties accountable and work with the department to ensure it delivers the top-quality medical care America’s veterans deserve.

Congressman Miller and Congressman Wilson (R-SC) receive a brief at the Columbia VA Regional Office (Left); Congressman Miller tours theColumbia VA Regional Office (Right).

Congressman Miller, along with Congressman Gingrey (R-GA), Congressman Broun (R-GA), Congressman Wilson (R-SC), and Congressman Barrow (D-GA) (L-R), talk to Augusta VA Medical Center officials (Left); Congressman Miller visits the Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center Fisher House in Augusta, GA (Right)

In the District

Honoring the Life and Dedicated Service of Sergeant First Class William K. Lacey
On January 4, 2014, Northwest Florida lost a member of its community and our Nation lost a warrior. Assigned to F Company, 201st Brigade Support Battalion, 3rd Infantry Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division, Fort Knox, Kentucky, Sergeant First Class William K. Lacey, 38, of Laurel Hill, Florida, died of injuries sustained when his unit received rocket propelled grenade fire, in Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.

Sergeant Lacey grew up in Niceville and attended Niceville High School. Born into a family with a rich military history, Sergeant Lacey joined the Army in 2003 and was on his fifth deployment. Sergeant Lacey’s ultimate sacrifice exemplifies his unwavering courage and commitment and love of country. Now guarding the gates of heaven, Sergeant Lacey will be remembered as a kindhearted and loving husband, father, and son. Our Nation will forever be in debt to Sergeant Lacey for his service, and Vicki and I join all of Northwest Florida in extending our heartfelt condolences to his entire family. “Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends” (John 15:13). May God bring them comfort during this difficult time and may God bless all of our Nation’s warriors fighting in harm’s way.

In the News
Over the Christmas Season, troubling media reports began to emerge indicating that VA officials sought to curtail the celebration of Christmas at various VA facilities around the country. Among the allegations: VA officials in Iowa City, Iowa, told American Legion representatives they could not hand out gifts to veterans if the wrapping paper included the words “Merry Christmas”; The Augusta, Georgia, VA Medical Center banned carolers from singing Christmas songs containing religious references in public patient areas, but approved caroling from a list of “government approved” secular songs; Dallas, Texas, VA Medical Center leaders prevented the delivery of handwritten Christmas cards from local school children to veterans because the cards contained phrases such as “Merry Christmas” and “God Bless You”; VA personnel at the Montgomery, Alabama, VA Medical Center prevented gift bags from being delivered to veterans because they included the words “Merry Christmas”.

I find these incidents unacceptable, and that is why I am asking VA patients, employees, volunteers and veterans service organization personnel to report any instances in which VA may have attempted to curtail the celebration of Christmas or any other federal holidays through the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs tip line at

Christmas was declared a federal holiday by our government in the 1800s, and it is not up to the department to decide whether veterans, their families, volunteers, and veterans service organizations should be free to sing Christmas carols or exchange Christmas gifts within VA facilities. Earlier this month, I sent a letter to VA, demanding an overview of the steps the department is taking to correct this potential infringement of basic constitutional rights and what actions are being taken to hold the VA employees responsible for these incidents accountable. You can view the letterhere.

Miller Media Clips
Click on the links below to read some recent press clips highlighting my work on behalf of Florida's First Congressional District, our Nation’s veterans and servicemembers:

Lawmakers Write Bills to Fight COLA Drop
Congressional delegation questions accountability efforts at Dorn VA
Congressional Delegation Makes Oversight Visit
VA investigators sent text messages in North Las Vegas probe
Christmas controversy at VA hospitals

As always, I welcome your comments. To share your thoughts on legislation, votes or issues, please visit to send an e-mail or call any of my offices.

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Miller Announces Legislation to Exempt Military Retirees, Disabled Retirees from COLA Cuts


Today, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs Chairman Jeff Miller announced he would introduce two legislative measures that would eliminate certain cuts to cost of living adjustments for military retirees that were included in the recent Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013.  The first measure would eliminate the Bipartisan Budget Act’s COLA reduction for all military retirees. The second measure would eliminate the act’s COLA reduction only for veterans who are medically retired, receiving Combat Related Special Compensation and/or Concurrent Retirement and Disability Payments.

Following announcement of the measures, which will be introduced tomorrow, Miller released the following statement:

“I supported the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 because it represented the best opportunity for our divided government to keep its doors open for the next two years while reducing the deficit and bolstering military readiness. That being said, the bill contained COLA reductions for certain military retirees that I would not have supported outside of the context of the budget compromise. By introducing these measures, which will eliminate the act’s COLA reductions for all military retirees, as well as those who are medically retired, receiving Combat Related Special Compensation and/or Concurrent Retirement and Disability Payments, I hope to give Congress time to reach an agreement that balances our need to cut federal spending with the promises America has made to our veterans.”– Rep. Jeff Miller, Chairman, House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs   





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Contact Information

336 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-225-4136
Fax 202-225-3414

United States Representative Jeff Miller serves Chairman of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs.  The Committee on Veterans’ Affairs is responsible for authorization and oversight of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA.)  VA is the second largest department in the federal government with over 300,000 employees and a budget of over $150 billion.

Miller also serves on the House Armed Services Committees (HASC.)  As a senior member of HASC, Miller has proven to be a strong advocate for our men and women in uniform, and he is one of the leading proponents of Naval Aviation, Special Operations, and Research, Development, Test and Evaluation (RDT&E.)  Miller was instrumental in helping establish Eglin Air Force Base as the joint primary training location for the F-35 Lightning II.

Congressman Miller was appointed to serve on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). The HPSCI provides policy guidance and sets classified funding levels for the sixteen agencies of the Intelligence Community funded by the National Intelligence Program and the Military Intelligence Program. Recently, the Intelligence Committee has held important hearings on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, U.S. Intelligence Operations against Al Qaeda, and Security Clearance Reform.

Congressman Miller also serves on the North Atlantic Treaty Organization Parliamentary Assembly (NATO PA), where he serves as Vice Chairman of  the subcommittee on Transatlantic Defense and Security Cooperation.

Since coming to Congress, Miller has established himself as one of the staunchest conservatives in the House. He has championed numerous tax relief and veterans’ measures and fought for less government, less taxes, and more personal freedom.

Mr. Miller was sworn in as State Representative in 1998 and again in 2000 to serve District 1. He has served as Chairman of the Utilities & Telecommunications Committee. He was also a member of the Congressional Redistricting Committee, the Committee on General Government Appropriations, the Committee on Rules, Ethics & Elections, and the Council for Ready Infrastructure. He is the past Chairman of the Escambia County Legislative Delegation for 1999-2000.

In addition to his prior service as a State Legislator, Congressman Miller is active in the community as a board member of the Santa Rosa County United Way, the Pregnancy Resource Center of Milton, the Gulf Coast Council of Boy Scouts of America, and the Florida FFA Foundation. He is a member of the Florida Historical Society and various area Chambers of Commerce. Congressman Miller is a native Floridian and was born in 1959. Prior to serving in elected office, he was a real estate broker and deputy sheriff. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in 1984 at the University of Florida.

Representative Miller is married to the former Vicki Griswold. They are members of Olive Baptist Church in Pensacola. They have two children and three grandchildren.

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