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State Rep. Rick Miller to run for third term

Rick Miller State Representative

Rick Miller
State Representative

Saturday, State Representative Rick Miller (R-Sugar Land) officially filed as a candidate for re-election for a third term as the legislator representing the constituents of House District 26, which encompasses part of Fort Bend County. Representative Miller was first elected to represent House District 26 in 2012.

“It is a privilege and a great honor to serve as the voice for the citizens of House District 26 and it is a responsibility that I take very seriously” Miller, said. “I have been proud to fight for my constituents on critical issues like second amendment rights, border security, and protecting Texans from an over bearing federal government. I pledge to continue to be vigilant on these and other important issues, such as life, healthcare, education, budget/taxes and transportation.”

During the 84th Legislative Session, Representative Miller was appointed to the House Appropriations Committee, where he serves as Vice Chairman on the Sub-Committee for Articles I, IV, and V, and as a member of the House Public Health Committee.

At this time, no opponent has filed to run against Miller in the primary or general elections of 2016.

1 Comment for “State Rep. Rick Miller to run for third term”

  1. sunshine

    During 84 TEXLEG session Rep. Rick Miller turndown public voters offer for right to elect each board member of all Central Appraisal Districts in county of Texas. With public voters rights to elect them will help protect all appraisal values for all house dreams to stand.

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