Elected to the U.S. Congress, West Virginia's 3rd District
Editor's Note: Carol Miller won her race on November 6 and will serve West Virginia's 3rd district in the U.S. Congress.
By Terri Goodnow, West Virginia
With a motto of “cut the bull out of politics,” Carol Miller is running for the U.S. House of Representatives from West Virginia’s third district.
National politics is not new to this strong conservative candidate, who rose to the distinction of first female majority whip during 12 years in the West Virginia House of Delegates. The daughter of a former U.S. congressman, Miller knows what it takes to step up to serve our country.
As a small business owner, farmer and job creator, she has experienced firsthand the challenges facing established and budding entrepreneurs across West Virginia – particularly the detrimental effect the Obama Administration’s war on coal had on the state’s hardworking families.
“We need to send a representative to Congress who will fight for our West Virginia values and support President Trump - and that's exactly why I'm running for Congress,” she says.
If elected to represent her state on the national stage, she pledges to work to make the tax cuts permanent, create good paying jobs, control illegal immigration, grow the economy, protect our Second Amendment, make sure Social Security will be there for our seniors, and build the wall.
Miller resides in Huntington and is a member of Huntington Cabell Republican Women. She has been married to husband Matt for 45 years and has two sons and five grandchildren. She is active in her church and can always be counted on to work to support the less fortunate in her community.