Miller keeping options open regarding elective office
January 02, 2012
According to a press release, Miller's position on Alaska's 2012 congressional race remains unchanged: although he is disappointed in the Congressman's record absenteeism over the last year and is concerned about continuing allegations of Congressman Young's corrupt activity, Miller currently has no plans to run for Congressman Young's seat. Nevertheless, Miller is keeping all of his options open regarding elective office.
Miller is continuing his speaking engagements with political groups throughout the country. He was recently the featured speaker at an iCaucus (Independent Caucus) event in San Diego this month and is scheduled to speak at the Yale Political Union in January. Additionally, Miller is staying active in educational efforts, spreading the message of constitutional conservatism through his state PAC, Restoring Liberty Alaska, as well as through commentary and interviews with publications such as the Harvard Political Review (December 2011).
As of July of this year, Miller ended his Chairmanship of the Western Representation PAC to focus his efforts on expanding the Restoring Liberty Action Committee, a not-for-profit group organized to advance constitutional conservatism at a national level. As chairman, he continues to be active with RLAC, hosting weekly conferences that have featured a number of political activists including Sharron Angle (former Republican nominee for US Senate from Nevada), Dwight Kehoe (TPATH, Conservative Alliance), Richard Faulkner (Blue Ridge Forum), Peter Howe (former Field Director, Americans for Prosperity), Stephanie Jahn (iCaucus), Jere Beery (Operation Firing for Effect), and others. Mr. Miller looks forward to continuing his work with the political activists across the country to Restore Liberty.
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