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Aaron Miller reelected to state house

Aaron Miller will return in January to serve his final two years as state representative for the 59th House District.

Miller, a Sturgis resident, defeated Dennis Smith of Constantine by a margin of 66 to 34 percent.

Miller, 31, said he appreciates the opportunity to serve the maximum three, two-year terms.

A former high school teacher, Miller said he is grateful to his supporters for their confidence. He said he will continue to take his job seriously, apply his experience and stay committed to residents of the 59th District.

Miller said he sees the upcoming term as the equivalent of entering his senior year in school. Term limits will prohibit Miller from seeking re-election in 2020.

The district covers all of St. Joseph County and most of Cass County, and is comprised of more than 95,000 residents. The job pays $71,685 annually.

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2 comments

  1. Aaron has served with a rare quality, integrity. I am sorry that this is his final term as our Rep., but trust that we will see him run for public office in the future.

  2. While Mr. Miller may be nice, he is correct that it’s like he’s a senior in high school. The legislature is like a bad high school complete with team mascots, jocks and cheerleaders.

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